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Leah Goren – F/W 2014 scarf preview09. April 2014
Leah Goren is one of my most favourite designers, her stuff is playful and light and she paints and creates her own patterns, how cool is that? Here is her F/W 2014 scarf preview, I see she’s included her well-known cat head print, which is always nice to look at, but all I’m saying is can I have the tiger scarf immediately please and a thank you. Shoo so nice.
These amazing photos were taken by Amber Byrne Mahoney
Leah Goren you make pretty things that make me very happy30. August 2013
Leah Goren, is a young lass who I have blogged about before. She has just recently bought out some new designs that are too lovely. Leah hand paints most of her patterns that she uses, she’s famous for her cat head design, which is damn cool, but I’m happy to see some new shapes in there too.
New Leah Goren.18. December 2012
I have just seen some new stuff from Leah Goren. So so pretty. WANT the white and pink cat vest. WANT. Please.
The entire cat population is my friend.21. November 2012
Sorry about the repeat of this post, people have been asking me about the cat sweater below, where they can get it from and I realised this morning that the original post was corrupt, so I posted it again.
Leah Goren, will you be my friend? I will make you jam sandwiches whenever you want.08. December 2011
All these flipping beautiful pieces are made by one Miss Leah Goren. She illustrates all her own patterns and then makes beautiful things out of them. I absolutely love her scarves and headbands and the cat dress is beyond awesome. Best part about her, she takes custom orders, so if you like something but want it in another print, she’ll do it for you. You can order stuff off her Etsy store.
Leah Goren – I’m an illustrator living in Brooklyn, New York. In May 2012 I’ll have a BFA in Illustration from Parsons School of Design. I love California, pretty girls, patterns, seeing, thinking, sunlight, florals, and the future.
***People keep asking me how to make these head scarfs: DIY Head Scarf – 1. Wrap the scarf around your head with the middle of the scarf at the nape of your neck 2. Twist the two ends around each other once 3. Wrap the scarf back down to the bottom of your head and knot with a bow.