When the Canadian superstar wanted in on their biz, the Israelis behind an alternative kids brand were underwhelmed. Now they have to deal with huge commercial success and being branded satanic
“I was so taken aback. It was very stressful. The only thing you feel you have some power with is social media,” says Israeli swimwear designer who had an unpleasant surprise while browsing Macy’s website
Dana Harel, the 36-year-old Tel Avivian who provided Daniella Pick with not one but two outfits for her wedding day on Wednesday, was never a fan of wedding gowns. So how did she end up devoting her career to designing them?
After being hailed as the next big thing by Vogue, InStyle and Elle, Israeli designer Maya Reik is ready to reveal how you build a sought after brand. At 20.
The giant billboards in which the supermodel preaches to Israelis about freedom could easily read: ‘Freedom in Israel is as fake as Bar Refaeli’
Israeli supermodel was lambasted on social media for her Hoodies ad in which she rips off a niqab to symbolize freedom
Kardashian West will join Israeli model Bar Refaeli, who also owns the glasses chain. The reality TV star will visit Israel on a promotional tour
Less than a year after setting up her own fashion brand, Shahar Avnet is dressing the likes of Queen Bey and Netta Barzilai – and she credits good old-fashioned chutzpah
An Orthodox Jewish ex-attorney who gets her inspiration from her aunt in Pardes Hannah is the woman behind Batsheva, a much-lauded New York line of dresses
Nili Lotan, who doesn't employ a professional CEO and finds fashion shows a waste of money, just opened her third store between Tribeca and the Hamptons
Is there some unwritten dress code? The cabinet’s macho men are brandishing black puff from Netanyahu on down
The 'kova tembel' hat was once a symbol of hard-working, Zionist Israel, but disappeared in the 80s. Now it’s staging an unlikely comeback in a fashion exhibit at the Museum of Mordern Art in New York
Fittingly, the woman whose all-white wardrobe would ultimately become her trademark, is now buried in the White City of Tel Aviv
'Israelis simply don't give a fuck about clothes,' says Hed Mayner, who was the talk of the Paris Men's Fashion Week in June, after less than four years in the industry
Brooklyn-based Mimi Hecht and Mushky Notik have big plans to export their modesty fashion enterprise around the world
International designers are taking Muslim fashion increasingly seriously, with ‘modest fashion’ weeks and an Arab version of Vogue. But the development that’s exciting some Israeli-Arab women the most is Nike’s upcoming sports hijab.
The collection is authentic, contemporary Americana that sends a clear message to women: Don’t shine, don’t stand out, be careful.
'In a warm climate like Israel’s, fur is mainly purchased not out of need but as a status symbol. In the 21st century, there are synthetic fabrics that are warmer than fur.'
Iconic U.S. brand never took off in Israel, with its six stores set to close in coming months.
With celebrities as diverse as Serena Williams, Conchita Wurst and Ciara lining up to buy her gowns, and an official recognition by the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture, Galia Lahav has become the unlikely queen of Israeli fashion.
The temptation to buy new clothes is in every store's display window. But the real price is not the one you pay. Is ethical fashion the next big thing?
The printer developed by the Rosh Ha'ayin-based Kornit also recently guest-starred on the popular U.S. reality TV show 'Project Runway.'
While Europeans are talking about the downfall of skimpy swimwear, in wake of the summer furor over the burkini, fashion figures in Israel say the bikini is here to stay.
Within the social boundaries that tell women what clothing is permitted, how free are we to really choose?
Local fashion house Castro came up with Israeli clothes for the Games, as top designers from Armani to Stella McCartney drape their countries' Olympic athletes.
Surging business on Israel's ModLi site and other online marketplaces reflects global demand among Jewish and non-Jewish women alike to buy, and design, stylish but non-revealing attire.
With potluck repasts, overnight activities, out-of-the-box venues and other innovations, 'cookie-cutter' weddings are now a thing of the past.
After 30 years, Ata returns with a new collection of fashion for the people. Regardless of nostalgia, the clothes are simply beautiful.
Cancelation follows Haaretz report mounting public pressure against the school.
The Shenkar art college has created a course for working with leather and furs; anti-fur campaigners accuse the school of going backwards.