Want to know all the best highlights from the third and final day of Gindi’s Tel Aviv Fashion Week? Then search no more, here is all you need to know!
The big event is over- and everyone is exhausted and hung over, including the PR agencies who neglected to post pictures of the last day!
Ten Israeli up-and-coming fashion designers competed for a scholarship with Adika (one of Israel’s leading online shops comparable to ASOS), an opportunity to design a collection for the popular shop, and for the title of “Israel’s next designer”.
RIMMA ROMANO was the lucky winner. Her presentation was extremely avant garde, including the opening – a stoic half naked model, and the designs themselves – innovative yet wearable, minimalist with modular layers and off kilter details. Frightening screams from two girls in the audience, intended to put everyone on edge, made everything just the right amount of creepy. Welcome to the world of fashion!
See the full show here:
Shenkar Design College
Student are always a creative and experimental bunch, which means their runway shows are the most fun to watch, no matter how crazy (or even because of it). It is impossible to describe all in one shot, as each presented his or her specific point of view. Here are some of our picks for designs we almost see working in the real world.
Watch the video below for the full experience:
Maskit Closes Fashion Week with their debut comeback Collection “Homage”
Side note: we visited Maskit studio shortly before Fashion Week and learned about the revival of Israel’s most famous Fashion House. Our visit produced a 3 part series entitled “The Revival of Maskit: The Past, The Present, and The Future.”
The show began with singing Happy Birthday to Maskit’s founder, Rut Dayan, who has just turned 97. The show consisted of two parts: vintage collection modeled by famous and influential Israeli women, and then the ‘Homage’ collection, created under the direction of new head designer, Sharon Tal, worn by models.
“Homage” collection produced of the highest quality materials is elegant and sophisticated, featuring Maskit’s trademark – exquisite embroidery!
View the entire show here:
Keep your eye on Maskit, both a cultural phenomenom and THE biggest thing to happen in Israeli fashion!