Complét F/W 17

by Telavivian | 19.10.17

Written by Estee Balsam

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The unlikely bond formed between two individuals in Sofia Coppola’s “Lost in Translation” inspired this year’s Fall/Winter collection for the Tel Aviv-based accessory brand, Complét. Established in  2013 by Sivan Moshkovitz and Leonora Fuhrer, later to be joined by Emily Whyte-Meridor, Complét offers high-quality designs made of Italian leather and age-old craftsmanship in northern Italy.

The brand’s handbags, best known for their geometric silhouettes and digitally designed prints, assemble a collection of coordinated balance following the Japanese Shibui aesthetic and are designed to complete any look. Keeping with the balance amid simplicity and complexity, the seasonal palette is rich with pastels and dark tones, while cloudy hues tie the colors together in harmony.

Form and function, as well, are met with the finest details in the stitching and textures in each unique design, to ensure long lasting value and style. The collection is available for sale on the brand’s website and on

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Photo credit: Michal Chelbin
Model: Anastasia K. for Brick Models
Hair and Makeup: Paz Reichert
Creative: Hannah Janal


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