Flowersun

Israeli artist Nillly Goldenberg is a Fashion designer & Costume designer for TV, Movies, and Theater who also designs every day clothing under the label Flowersun.

Tell me about how you originally got into your craft, Nilly.
I always liked to dress up. ever since I was young I used to combine cloths to make unique outfits all my friends use to admire. I liked clothes and liked to make interesting combinations of them.
When I grew up I became a stylist for TV shows and celebs and after a while I felt that there is a niche missing in women's clothing: clothes that are feminine and comfortable at the same time. I felt that women's clothes weren't comfortable enough to wear so I decided to go into fashion design, and here I am.

What is your favorite thing to do in the whole wide world?
I love choosing fabrics for my clothing
I love to go into the fabric store and look at all the colors and patterns, touch and feel all the textures, and then finding that special one that will become a dress or a top. It is a celebration for me.

What is your biggest challenge when it comes to running your business?
Keeping track of inventory, running the books: receipts invoices etc...I am very bad with all that accounting stuff



When you were a kid, what did you think you were going to be when you grew up?
I always liked to dress up but I didn't think I would become a fashion designer.
I wanted to become an actress.

What item in your shop would ou most like to receive as a gift if someone were shopping for you?
Lace top
Luli dress
Rina summer dress

What other artists out there do you love?
Odd and Whimsy
Effi Warsh
Pelpa

What does your future hold?
I don't know. I might extend my love for design to other areas of design.  I know that I would only do the things I am passionate about ...

Be sure to check out her Etsy store where most of her winter collection (and some of the summer collection) is on sale!  Buy one off the items marked as STOCK SALE and get another item from that selection (the cheapest off the two) in 50% off the written price.