Fresh from the end of their fashion program at The NB School of Design (AKA Wizo Haifa), the students of the Fashion Design department debuted their final collections to a full house in Tel Aviv – and it didn’t disappoint.
The four-year program is based on thematic fashion studios—streetwear, swimwear, evening dresses, menswear, formal wear, the black dress, accessories, shoe design and other technical studies such as sewing, pattern making and draping. You can see from the outfits produced that these students know what they’re doing and are ready to be released into the fashion world.
Highlights included the impeccably tailored jackets which were shown in a variety of colours and styles – both womenswear and menswear so everyone’s happy.
There were outfits to suit every taste and lots of wearable items mixed in with the more out-there pieces. We particularly liked the mix of textiles and colours which looked great on the runway.
Standout designers of the evening
The mens jacket on the right looked amazing in reality, especially with the clear attention to detail. The colours worked together and it would definitely sell well.
The crop-top and skirt outfit on the left was another highlight that would fit in on the rails at any designer shop right now.
Another collection that caught our eye was from Irit Lustegreten who mixed detail with print, colour and pattern for a modern and bright collection that stood out from the crowd.
Emmy Nikolayevsky brought the fun and quirkiness with a bright mix of outfits that each had a their own shape, colours and culture references – and could be mix and matched for a number of looks.
Hold up, looks like Game of Thrones could use some new costume designer talent- like Yamit’s stunning leatherwork harness details over flowy gowns!
Photographer: Itzick Biran