• LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Front Line Up
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Back Line Up
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look1
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look 2
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look 3
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look 4
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look 5
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look 6
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look 7
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look 2 No Jacket
  • Zanbaq Sequin Coat, Look 2
  • Irq El Turmus Print Look 3
  • Coffee Bean Print Close up
  • LANGUAGES OF THREAD - Look 4 Close up
  • Zanbaq Jersey Dress Close up
  • Kharaz Jacket
  • Kharaz Jacket
  • Primary Research
  • Research
  • Motifs
  • motifs
  • Research Page
  • Embroidery
  • Fabric Research
  • Colour Way
  • Print Development
  • Print Development
  • Print Development
  • Print Colour Experimentation
  • Print Colour Experimentation
  • Final Look 4 Technical Drawings
  • Final Look 6 Technical Drawings
  • Illustration
  • Illustration
  • Illustration
  • Illustration
  • Illustration

N A T A L I E . T A H H A N S/S 2013

LANGUAGES OF THREAD

A design interpretation influenced by the historical expressionism of 19th century Palestinian embroidery motifs.
All original prints are inspired by motifs of Jerusalem, Jaffa, Ramallah & Gaza.

Photography: Sara Pista
Model: Anna Popovich
Hair/Make Up: Luka Watabe

London College of Fashion graduate Natalie Tahhan launched her Fashion & illustration Blog BeadsofBabylon (http://beadsofbabylon.blogspot.com) in 2010 to create a platform for her creativity and share her ideologies of design with the world.

Even at an early age, Natalie has collaborated and worked with many design companies within Europe and the Middle East such as Adidas, The English National Ballet, QASIMI & HauteMuse Magazine.

Recently named as a finalist of Harper’s Bazaar World of Fashion Illustration Competition, and redesigning a space at Wahm Lounge in the W Hotel - Doha as part of their Cabana Nights Exhibition she continues to pursue her passion for Art & Design.