TEXTILES

 

Designing menswear, Elizabeth developed a keen sense for the nuances of color. Known to be quite drab, the yarn colors can be anything but - the tiny red filament for a stripe has to be vibrant to be visible on a blue field, for example. Fiber content, weave, and finish need to be considered too necessitating slight changes when the color is developed.

 

Collaborating on more than five million fabric designs with mills both in Italy and Mexico while working two years ahead of market, her sense of trends and direction are also finely tuned. 

 

Elizabeth's work has been featured in over fifty national ad campaigns.