Israeli fashion designer Noa Raviv is fascinated by logic and geometry. In her latest collection she combines grid patterns and 3D printings that remind of blooming flowers.

White and black geometrical patterns are exalted by tangerine lines.

The choise of the colors is not casual but they symbolize the 3D software Noa Raviv used to create the patterns.

The distorted digital drawings create voluminous shapes thanks to the textiles chosen by the designers: tulle and silk organza that make every piece delicate and romantic balancing the cool beauty of the patterns.