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Lia Kes grew up in an idealistic Israeli pioneering community in northern Israel. The idyllic landscape of orchards, plowed fields and nature at its best filled her childhood and day-to-day life on a kibbutz. This influenced Kes as a person and as a young designer. Kibbutz life required simple, practical clothing, and there was a raw, down-to-earth integrity to garments made at the communal sewing workshop known as the “matpera.”
A close look at any Kes garment reveals her meticulous attention to detail, construction and use of high-quality materials. An even closer look offers a window into the modesty of Kes’ youth coupled with the sophistication and edginess of her modern, urban reality living in New York City. As an environmentalist, Kes focuses on sustainability and offers an organically dyed program as part of her collection. This intersection of qualities allows Kes to effortlessly dress the modern woman—from day to night, beyond trends, seasons and her ever-changing moods—and make her feel both empowered and naturally beautiful.
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