Welcome to Lavender Print
Original artist designs… Original Style
Lavender Print, is the brainchild of Liron Moyal – a London-based paint and tattoo artist known for her vivid and distinctive designs. Combining her individual style, which is a mix of vibrant esoteric-inspired paintings and new school tattoo designs, with her love of fashion and experience as a mother, she created Lavender Print – to bring urban cool and tattoo inspired chic to children’s clothing.
one of he multi artist art she are creating graffiti and art painting Acrilic/oil on Canvas
scatching graffiti pens on boards and woods
colorfull and creative art
We are a small artist run company, based in North London, producing and selling children’s clothing, homewares, and accessories. Each of our collections are created around our own unique designs. They are then produced by carefully selecting high quality natural fabrics and using advanced sublimation printing techniques to ensure that our distinctive and eye-catching designs will last as long as the garment*. The end result being great looking, long lasting kids clothing.
Our signature ‘handmade by design’ collection currently includes:
We also print our original designs on a range of homeware and accessories such as mugs, bags and other things we think would be enhanced with a Lavender Print ‘makeover’!
In addition to our own collections, we also sell a range of other cool urban kids apparel – personally selected by us to complement our style. This range varies seasonally but includes items such as T-shirts, vest tops, baby grows, onesies, bibs, bandana bibs, bags and much more.
As well as selling online through this site and through the Etsy artisan market we are also currently at Camden market and building our presence in some of Londons most popular markets -, Portobello, Spitalfields, and Covent Garden. We love to meet our customers – feedback is important to us – so feel free to contact us for market dates and locations, it would be great to meet you and help you find what you’re looking for.
* Because in sublimation printing the dyes are infused into the substrate at the molecular level, rather than applied at a topical level (such as with screen printing and direct to garment printing), the prints will not crack, fade or peel from the substrate under normal conditions