Urban inspiration with an even funkier bent is what best defines Rhus Ovata, the brand created four years ago by young sisters, Einav and Hadas Zucker, two of Israel’s fashion darlings. Einav got her start after winning a competition for young designers sponsored by Diesel. After a short stay in New York, the duo settled back in Tel Aviv and… Read more →
Aluma Klein opened her boutique of the same name in charming Basel Square over a year ago and has since garnered adoring fans like Keren Ann (the celebrated French chanteuse) and collabrations with Batsheva, one of the country’s most distinguished dance companies. You will find hand-dyed French-lace flapper dresses, multi-colored crocheted shawls and fitted, Victorian-inspired overcoats in her finely edited shop.
Susann Zielinski and Suzanne Geschwendtner (film- and stage actresses) will open their Esther’s Vintage shop at Sheikinstreet no.19 (1st. floor) this coming Thursday, October 28th. at 18.30. Esther’s Vintage will present designer vintage clothing, accesories and shoes from local designers, but also from Christian Dior, Chanel, Oscar de La Renta and Calvin Klein. Their shop will be open every Tuesday… Read more →
Tel Aviv launches the art season , ‘Loving Art, Making Art’, with a city-wide open house, beginning this coming Thursday, October 14th, when over 75 museums , galleries and allernative spaces open their doors from 14:00 until 23:00 free of charge. ‘Healing Art’ sound installations and shows will line the boulevards from 19:00. Gan Hashasmal will turn into a huge… Read more →
So once and a while a website needs new face. That time is NOW! So with changing the clocks in Israel (at 02:00) we decided to change our looks. (okay, honest: we will do the trick a few hours earlier, because we like our night rest too ;-) ) We wanted you to see the headline article right away, the… Read more →
This days you will find a large exhibition in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art about David LaChapelle (born on March the 11th/1963 in Fairfields, Conneticut), the world famous fashion, advertising- and fine art-photographer. His surreal, unique stills are mostly in a humorous style. Elton John was many times his favorite ’object’. For openings-time of the exhibition and more information go to: www.tamuseum.org.il