Ok, so I’ve mentioned making an Israeli-American fashion connection when the head of Second City Style, Lauren Dimet Waters wore a dress created by Israeli designer Mirit Weinstock, based on seeing her clothes after a post I did about her for the blog. I’ve mentioned Jerusalem-born Elie Tahari‘s first fashion show at New York Fashion Week. I’ve mentioned NYFW mainstay Yigal Azrouel consistently wowing us with his unique draping techniques and feminine designs for the past ten years at New York Fashion Week (as he did last month during the shows.)
Now, let’s talk about Israeli-born Miri-Ben Ari, a beautiful violinist who often plays during top designer Zac Posen’s collection showings and played this year, too. Continue reading →
For Mirit Weinstock, having a fashion blogger somebody wear her dress and feather necklace to the shows at New York Fashion Week was a big deal. But other Israelis also had their moments at this week long fashion mega-event.
But they have popped up all over the New York shows in a variety of different ways.
In honor of my 100th post, I’d like to do a combination of posts. It was originally supposed to be only one but since it’s way too much for one page (and blog readers don’t have attention spans these days) I’d like to separate it into a few. I’d like to show you all how Israelis made an impact in the US at this season’s Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week for Fall’10. Continue reading →
My post on Mirit Weinstock is finally out! After a rendezvous at her studio in Tel Aviv-Yafo, I wrote about my visit with Israeli designer Mirit Weinstock for American fashion blog Second City Style! I’m really happy with the post and you’ll be happy to know that Mirit has her newest collection for Spring/Summer coming out Israel and America (LA, NY, Virginia, and Florida) in just two weeks! Continue reading →
I had a lovely meetup with Israeli fashion designer Mirit Weinstock today. While I can give you a sneak peek in my blog, you’ll only get full coverage of her studio and her latest collection by heading over to the fashion Second City Style in the next coming days. Continue reading →