Tag Archives: Luli Sanchez

textile x street style

Recently I showcased the beautiful textile designs by Luli Sanchez. As I was writing the post, I kept on imagining how great her prints would look in a street style scene. So here it is…Luli Sanchez textiles take to the streets in the perfect partnership of print.

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see more of my Street Scene pairings here | prints by Luli Sanchez | street style by The Sartorialist

showcase – Luli Sanchez

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With a fondness for floral prints, specifically watercolours, it wasn’t surprising that the designs of Luli Sánchez caught my eye. There is something compelling about the way this Cuban-born artist and textile designer paints a print, the immediacy and simplicity of her designs is inspiring. Her work reflects her design ethos and captures the essence of a shape with striking colours. With an incredible portfolio of work, these are several pieces that I’d love to share with you…

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Lourdes – or Luli, as she is known – says, “My objective with my designing, has been to capture an organic and moody yet optimistic spirit and have designs out in the world that in their own small way may invoke a feeling that underneath it all, it is a benevolent universe.”

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 Find Luli Sanchez on Pinterest or visit her site. You can see her striking and sophisticated collaboration with West Elm here.