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Local designer Erica Tanov has teamed up with Bay Area artist Lena Wolff to launch a new collection of clothing and home accessories that feature Lena's geometric and abstract patterns. One print in particular may look familiar if you've ever stepped inside the magical Barrow Salon in FiDi. And now you can add that print (and others) into your own home and closet. "Working alongside Erica Tanov, it was an exciting challenge to see how well my work would translate into clothing items and home accessories," Lena says. Find the blouses, dresses, handbags, hand-stitched quilts, and pillows in the Erica Tanov boutiques (remember, the Fillmore location is permanently closed), in the online store, and at upcoming pop-ups around town.
· Erica Tanov [Official Site]
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