The creative director of Le Kasha, a luxury loungewear brand her family founded in Paris in 1918, left France for Tel Aviv before the lockdowns in Europe began. She is currently settled in a home by the ocean, with a view of the water that she says “keeps her calm and inspired.” 
Her newest collections are modern interpretations of luxe, minimal basics in earthy, buttery tones: cashmere joggers and sweaters, airy linen suiting and dresses, as well as tees and slips. Le Kasha’s cashmere is made on an eco-farm in inner Mongolia, while some pieces are designed using 100% silk and 100% linen. Their process of design and manufacturing is slow and thoughtful, just as it’s always been. At one point in their history, Le Kasha even provided cashmere to Coco Chanel for her very first collection of suiting. These are the kinds of conscious, comfortable clothes that you want to live in 24/7.