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The simple silhouette and sturdy Japanese canvas fabric of Ilana Kohn’s coveralls allow for them to be totally durable and easily to move around in, which was what drew handpoke tattoo artist Tea Leigh to them. “The coverall is great for me because it’s incredibly functional, simple, and made for almost any setting,” she tells us. “I can easily move in them when I’m tattooing, and I don’t have to worry about getting dirty because I know it’s such a durable fabric.” In her spare time, Tea also photographs and makes music to mainstream creativity outside of work. “I love that I can work in them all day either shooting, tattooing, or at practice and then I can go out and just with a change of shoes the outfit becomes a little dressed up.” Amen. Meet the creative below and check out how amazing she looks in the Ilana Kohn one and done.

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"I love that I can work in them all day and then I can go out and just with a change of shoes the outfit becomes a little dressed up."

HOMETOWN: Denton, Texas.
ASTROLOGICAL SIGN: Gemini/Cancer cusp.
DESIGN PHILOSOPHY: Do what feels right.
MATERIALS OF CHOICE: Pen and ink.
FUN FACT ABOUT YOURSELF: I also sing opera.
INSPIRATION FOR FALL: You can be afraid, but you have to be willing.
PERSONAL WARDROBE STAPLES: JUMPSUITS!! Also bandanas and clogs.
DREAM TRAVEL DESTINATION: Malta.
STUDIO SOUNDTRACK: Lots of Radiohead and Angel Olsen.
DRINK ORDER: Seltzer with lime.
STANDBY SNACK: Dried apricots.

Visit tea-leigh.squarespace.com to take a peek at Tea’s rad tattoo illustrations, photography and music. 

Shop the Ilana Kohn’s all-purpose coveralls here!

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