My friend who told me that most girls in Israel have long hair…is seriously mistaken! Since I’ve chopped off my own lovely locks, I’ve seen more and more the punchy panache of a cropped ‘do on the fashionable Israeli woman.
In my last post on what fashion trends could Israelis take from Americans, I wrote that I usually see trends happen in Israel first. Well, this is usually true when it comes to Euro fashion. However, as you noticed in my last post I wrote about what Israelis could learn from Americans. Well, there are quite a number of fashion trends and tips that Americans could and should take from Israelis, who look to Euro fashion capitals like Paris and Milan for inspiration more so than their US ally.
In the age of boyfriend blazers, boyfriend jeans, and menswear for women, it’s not surprising that there are fashionable dresses in the boyfriend style, too.
Continue reading “The Boyfriend Shirtdress by Keren Naftali”
Spring is blooming!
While the weather changes from hot to cold every other day, I have been noticing with fervor that me that flowers are currently everywhere in Tel Aviv…and not just in the pots!
Floral patterns aren’t anything new but suddenly they’re on all the dresses, blouses, shirts, and yes, even the pants and tights!
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 “Israelis Taking Over New York Fashion Week Part 3”
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.
Elie Tahari’s First Runway Show at NYFW