Erica Tanov's Collab With Lena Wolff Is A Print-Lover's Dream

Our love for prints is bottomless — and, the bolder, the better. So, we were giddy to discover a new collection of clothing and housewares from two local favorites that takes statement-making patterns to the next level.
Berkeley textile designer and Parsons alum Erica Tanov, who is known for her soft, California girl attire, and San Francisco artist Lena Wolff have joined forces on a collab filled with hand-stitched quilts and pillows, billowy dresses, and more. The pieces feature geometric patterns that were inspired by one of Wolff's intricate 2-D collages, block-printed to create eye-catching textiles.
San Franciscans can shop the collection at a pop-up event at Barrow Salon on November 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Luckily, we were offered a sneak peek at the goods, and we can't stop fawning over every single piece. Can't wait to buy them? A few pieces are available online at Erica Tanov, with more expected to hit the site soon. It's never too early to get that holiday wish list started, right?

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