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Alexandra Becket

Alexandra Becket

Textile designer Alexandra Becket creates one-of-a-kind prints for the home décor and fashion industries. Her wall hangings, paintings and limited edition home décor accessories have been featured in many Los Angeles showrooms. She has also exhibited her hand-painted dividing screens at Molly Barnes’ Gallery in Santa Monica. Recently, she launched a collection inspired by the landscape, architecture and shadows of Los Angeles.

As the granddaughter of quintessential L.A. architect Welton Becket, who designed some of the city’s most famous landmarks (Capitol Records, the Beverly Hilton, the Pan Pacific Auditorium, the Cinerama Dome), influences of modernism’s geometry blended with an organic fluidity are subtle and classy. Her unique and personal designs are in demand by a seemingly inexhaustible amount of high high-end manufacturers, interior decorators, retailers, home décor companies and fashion designers, including Anthropologie, BCBG, Vince, Rozae Nichols, Trina Turk, Pottery Barn, Guess, Bebe, Target, Quiksilver, St. John, Laundry by Shelli Segal and many more.

Alexandra Becket
(310) 666-4114

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About Aparna Bakhle

Aparna Bakhle-Ellis is a writer enthralled by the consonance and dissonance of ‘being’ in Los Angeles. L'écriture féminine, outsider art, and altered states of consciousness rank high among her myriad interests. She is also Fabrik’s Managing Editor. 

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