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YA-YA designer Yael Aflalo has a talent for imposing artisan craftsmanship on modern shapes and contemporary silhouettes. Her intelligent use of lithe flowing fabrics embossed with vibrant prints renders YA-YA creations sensual, yet wearable casual wear.

Aflalo’s linen safari jackets, cotton voile trench coats, chiffon and silk jersey dresses, amplified by the intuitive use of hand crochet mirrors, cut-out lace accents, and twisted gold ropes, synthesize ethnic and bohemian influences into dynamic urban fashions.

YA-YA’s eye-catching pieces featuring leather embellished and beaded necklines are destined to attract the fancy of young hipsters looking to set themselves apart. Effortlessly breezy and free Yael’s work is simply refreshing.

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