Tel Aviv, December 2016 (Subjects in this photo are not featured in the article). Moti Milrod

How Israeli Men Came to Hate Suits, and Why That's Not About to Change

Despite repeated efforts to instill Western ways in Israel, the country never really embraced a dress code and has stubbornly remained a land of flip-flops and shorts.

Trendy caf s, posh restaurants and high-style start-up company offices line Tel Aviv’s Rothschild Boulevard. On one corner of the thoroughfare is architect Richard Meier’s magnificent white tower, and not far...

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