Eliran Nargassi’s Spring / Summer 2014 collection was designed with an observation of the architecture that defines Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, specifically their tiles which are a characteristic of these two cities. The differences between the cities and the attempt in merging the two led to the inspiration to the collection.
The collection consists of 28 pieces in a color palette of black, white, gold, and camel; offered are T-shirts in semi tailored cuts, finished with contrast piping; button down shirts in a classic fit, and kimono sleeved tops with graphic style lines, and cut out elements; shorts in a sporty silhouette yet with a tailored appearance, and skinny pants. The collection was made in a variety of fabrics such as neoprene, mixed blends, cottons, and more. In addition several items were printed with engineered digital graphics.