Dana Cohen, a Fashion Designer who graduated from Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in 2015 with excellence, is driven to make a positive impact on society, by creating sustainable and beautiful garments that last.
Worn Again, her graduation collection, introduces a new and environment-friendly approach to textile manufacturing. The Worn Again process create a new cycle of life to used textiles that were thrown away. Dana is collecting these used fabrics and shredding them to create 'cloudy' felt.
The result is a spectacular recycled textile in a wide variety of unique colors and patterns. The textiles are soft touched and washable.
Currently, Dana is developing a new fashion collection with other textile products which will be released during 2017.
Dana's designs are featured globally in top magazines.
Honors and Awards:
- Fini Leitersdorf Excellence Award for Creativity and Originality in Fashion for 2015.
- Rozen Award for Design and Sustainable Technologies for 2015.
A sample of Dana Cohen collection is on display in the Material Library of the Design Museum Holon.