Punk-inspired minimalism is the visual theme for Eliran Nargassi's Spring/Summer 2014 catalog that is lensed by photographer Miguel Mor.
Mor captures silver-haired model David Gorensteyn in the designer's clean and streamlined garments that take inspiration from the architecture of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Mimicking the decorative tiles of the two cities, this 28 piece collection is displayed in a palette of black, white and gold hues. These solid tones are matched with a range of vivid textile prints that mimic organic rock formations and geometric tile patterns.
Tailored t-shirts, piped trousers and kimono sleeved tops make up the Eliran Nargassi's Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Mixing neoprene, cottons, and other blended materials, the designer creates wearable casuals with a touch of personality.
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