Brand To Know: Tamar Netanely
Where would we all be without Instagram? Well, we'd be clueless about talented gems like this up-and-coming design graduate for starters.| May 14, 2018
The future is uncertain, but it’s not entirely unpredictable. Although the chances of accurately predicting something like the next fashion trend of what Rihanna would step out of her house with is extremely slim, something tells us that Tamar Netanely, a graduate of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Israel and our latest Instagram find – thanks to feeds like @spotlighttime – is going places.
Having come from one of the top ten schools in the world, Netanely’s work channels a different sort of confidence that’s strong and powerful but with the right amount of femininity and wearability that makes us yearn for her clothes so badly. Her minimalistic approach and inspirations stems from her very childhood, often sharing little snippets of her personal life through her designs.
She translates things like her grandfather’s work ethics as an industrial designer into a single theme that embodies precision, order and elegance. Although she may have only been three, Netanely has mentioned that cutting and piecing back pieces of clothing has given her the want to transform things into something more elegant and beautiful all around.
The promising designer has had her works featured on her school’s graduate fashion show that was published on Vogue Italia’s website. That’s a good strike one. She has also earned recognition from the H&M Design Award 2018, making it into the semi finals. That’s a good strike two. We think it won’t be long before Netanely’s work blows up and starts popping up on the likes of Rihanna and Co. Her pieces aren’t available yet, but you can still revel in her design on her Instagram feed.
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