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Liz Nehdi designs offer a spectacular expression of bold, invigorating colours, hypnotic patterns and gestural, painterly prints that are layered with meaning. These are complemented by the finest craftsmanship and luxurious textiles to create playful, distinctive and soulful accessories with an artistic heritage. Our brand aims to introduce a way of life that celebrates fun, creative expression, optimism, and the beautiful complexities of the global village in which we all live. Liz Nehdi Studio was founded in 2014 by Liz & Karim Morgan Nehdi.

The inaugural Spring/Summer 2015 collection of scarves and pocket squares draws from Liz’s inspirations as a painter, interpreting and distilling creative traditions from around the globe – from abstract expressionism, art naïf and aboriginal dot paintings to graffiti, Berber patterns, and psychedelia.

We are accepting wholesale orders for Spring/Summer 2015 through 14 November 2014. Please email for more information.


Liz Nehdi is an American artist and designer based in London. She was born near Washington DC in 1982 and grew up in Bethesda MD. She studied at Miss Porter's School (USA), Dartmouth College (USA) and the University of the Arts London (UK) - Chelsea College of Art & Design and Central Saint Martins - and holds received a BA in Studio Art with Honors and an MA in Textile Design with Distinction.

Liz travels extensively and has lived in the United States, United Kingdom, France and Singapore.

Liz Nehdi Studio blog

Inspiration and creations from Liz Nehdi, an American artist and designer based in London. I love colour, pattern, women’s and children’s clothing, home decor, travel, plants and flowers and finding beauty in everyday life. I share my discoveries and thoughts on these topics with you on this blog.

LNScape to L.A.

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We at Liz Nehdi Studio believe that there is no better way to shake up one's life and habits than through travel. And Los Angeles, with its scores of distinct neighborhoods and curious dichotomy of natural and constructed beauty, is a perfect place to do just that. You may find yourself doing and saying things that you may not otherwise:  “A forty-five minute drive isn’t that far",  "I need more chia in my life.",  and “I think that was Emily Blunt standing by the pupusa stand,” are just a few. Here are our recommendations to fill a sun-drenched weekend in the city. 


Courtesy: Santa Monica Pier


A brilliant mind created ROGA – group running and yoga. A crowd gathers on Sunday mornings to run two or five-mile-treks around the beach area and then head to the very edge of the Santa Monica Pier for a yoga session. As you gaze out to the hazy Malibu hills while in warrior pose and hear the waves break below your feet, you may be tempted to pinch yourself to be certain that this isn’t just a blissed-out dream. All are welcome and participation is free.

Source: Pinterest/

Source: Pinterest/


While Gjelina's main restaurant is certainly worth the wait (and there almost undoubtedly will be a wait), we recommend its speedy sidekick right next door, Gjelina Take Away, after an evening of gallery hopping or other activities in Venice. The pizzas on the menu are delicious, and we highly recommend the Squash Blossom, Fennel Salami, and Bottarga with Jalapeños varieties. 

Courtesy: The Chestnut Club


Visit this Santa Monica cocktail bar during an off-peak hour (less customers to compete with) and ask for Max, a spirit savant with an obvious passion for his craft. We mentioned our love of gin and Max enthusiastically went through the very early history of the Martini, pulled bottles off the shelf for us to choose from, and created a gin and sweet vermouth cocktail so smooth and balanced that it set the standard for all future libations. With a superb bar staff and unfussy, classy vibe you will wish you were a regular--like all the pretty people occupying seats next to you.

Credit: Jakob Layman


Grand Central Market, a 98-year-old food court, is suddenly new again as is much of a revitalized downtown Los Angeles. Go here for the United Nations of food experiences. We recommend Sticky Rice for their authentic Thai papaya salad and Eggslut for the perfect breakfast sandwich. However, be it Mexican or Japanese cuisine, the unique-to-Berlin currywurst, or a produce stand, it’s all here—and it’s all good. Afterward, a postprandial walk through the rooftop garden of the Walt Disney Concert Hall is in order.


When you are seeking inspiration, we recommend the chandelier tree, a charming symbol of all the good that can be found in L.A.. Created from chandeliers gathered during a set-building project, the tree can be found on an unassuming street whilst stumbling around the Silver Lake neighbourhood. And while it can only be found in Silver Lake and not the silver screen, it is the essence of cinematic magic: the ordinary, when combined with a bit of ingenuity, creating a transcendental experience. Nearby a dog barks, cars pass, and scenes play out on this delightfully illuminated street corner.

The sun-soaked streets of Los Angeles make a perfect catwalk for a beautiful summer inspired silk scarf, so if you are planning a trip, be sure to peruse our site to stock up on our suitcase essentials. And be sure to check out our L.A. inspired outfit board!

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