Tel Aviv label ADISH has revealed its Fall/Winter 2021 collection, with a particular influence taken from Bedouin weaving and the weaving workshop in the Bedouin village of Likya that the brand has collaborated with for the past two years. Other details reference Palestinian Tatreez embroidery and the Bedouin Manajel embroidery often seen in symmetrica rugs.
The work with the Lakiya workshop consists of jackets and trousers with woolen belts, hand-woven patches on hoodies and the use of a garment dyeing technique that is similar to the way Bedouin women dye the wool for their rugs. ADISH has also worked with a knitting factory in Italy to introduce two knitwear silhouettes that have been inspired by the rug weaving techniques used in Lakiya. Throughout the whole collection, ADISH also references these rugs through the earthy tones, deep maroon and olive green color palette.
Take a look through the ADISH’s FW21 collection in the gallery above, and expect it to arrive at select stockists around the world later this year.
In other fashion news, Off-White™ recently presented its “Imaginary TV” collection for Spring/Summer 2021.