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Designer Kobi Halperin conveys nature motifs as the main pillar for his fall lineup.
The collection was inspired by James Abbott McNeill Whistler's painting The Peacock Room and larger "cult of…
The designer turned to the pages of books that have helped him understand different cultures in his American…
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A bamboo motif served as a symbol of strength, elegance and flexibility.
Halperin seamlessly blended his European sensibility with Moroccan influence to elevate daytime separates.
The inspiration behind pre-fall started at the Met and ended in Capri, resulting in playful prints and…
Halperin built his spring collection on three major tenets: historical textiles, color and emotion.
Halperin's resort collection was a contemporary interpretation of the artwork of Hilma af Klint — a blend of…
Halperin offered a breadth of warm, inviting patterns culled from carpet textiles in his homeland of Israel.
A floral theme was born once Halperin found beauty in the floral arrangements outside New York delis.
KH signatures like bold color, hand-done texture and multicultural references were abundant.
The designer looked to Bangkok for its unusually seamless blend of monastic minimalism against intricate…
The power behind female voice influenced the more tailored fall lineup.
Halperin looked to the Bedouin people of his native Israel in using embroidery to create brand identity.
The spring collection drew inspiration from Paul Gauguin's Tahiti paintings and Henri Rousseau's jungles.
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