Instantly recognisable for its bold, playful designs, Tal Drori is a contemporary brand which specializes in scarves: a canvas of three-dimensional potential.


Every scarf has a story woven into it: a relationship, a scenario, a game. Colour and pattern, Tal Drori’s two defining obsessions, intermingle to create a mood which is both coyly tongue-in-cheek and assertively modern.


Each scarf functions as a stand-alone piece: a snapshot of a world inhabited by enigmatic figures, and as a chapter in the wider narratives which thread the collections together.   


The scarves are printed on fabric of the highest quality, using the latest digital print technology, before being individually hand-finished. All production takes place within the United Kingdom, where Drori has been based since 2011.


The brand was born out of the collaborative relationship shared between Tal Drori and her sister, Sigal Drori-Yaacobi. 


After graduating in graphic design at the Bezazel Academy of Art & Design in Jerusalem, Israel, Tal continued her studies at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, Italy; she continued to live and work in the region for a further eight years. Her work has received enthusiastic reception at MAXXI museum, the Jerusalem Museum, Pick Me Up London, Salone del Mobile, and the Tokyo Nuno Textile Design show. It has also been published in various magazines and books, for example, Domus, Abitare, Popshot, Fashioning the Future (Thames and Hudson) and The Beautiful (Gestalten).


Sigal oversees the business side of things: master of numbers, strategy and sales. An MBA graduate from the Recanati Business School, Tel Aviv University, Sigal is primarily an economist; she has worked integrally for over a decade in the media and television industries.