While super-rich Americans are preparing for the worst, their Israeli counterparts can't see the point of a nuclear shelter. And in case you don't have $8 million to spare, experts say the sea is the best place to be if the bomb drops.
The Tel Aviv glamour girl who became the darling of America's indie documentary and music video worlds talks about balancing commercial success while staying true to your values.
Racy, sexually explicit items have become part of Israeli military culture. And the main targets are women, Arabs and gays.
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.
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.
'Regrettably, if you write in Arabic you only reach an Arab audience,' says Lucy Ayoub.
Natural femininity is what the organizers of Miss Trans Israel 2016 are looking for, but beyond looks, they hope the winner will be someone who can represent the community, and that the contest will help improve the lives of trans women in Israel.
Maayan Zilberman cites Israeli chutzpah as the key ingredient in her success with Sweet Saba brand.
'I think Arisa is one of the most positive and optimistic changes to have occurred in Israeli culture in general.'
At 17, Qaher Harhash navigates IDF checkpoints and Milan agencies.
Bilal Abu Khalaf’s store sells imported Syrian fabrics to Hasidic Jews, Christian clergymen and Muslim imams.
Does the PM's Italian luxury suit symbolize a change in Netanyahu’s awareness of fashion and image?
The final project by fashion design graduate Samar Assaf packed a wallop both in terms of its aesthetics and its sharp criticism of Palestinian men.
The Israeli actor and self-described fashion icon Dodo Bar Or recently launched a new collection, but will it go the way of the, well, you know...
Overweight people – or, more accurately, overweight women – are still discriminated against in fashion, television, movies and advertising. Israeli activists rate their chances of finally changing things as far better than slim.
Frustrated by the small domestic market, a number of Israelis have been drawn to the German capital to pursue their couture dreams. Even there, the streets aren’t paved with gold lamé.
News of new job at Margiela fashion house for the colorful designer, fired by Dior and ostracized in 2011 for anti-Semitic remarks, sparks media furor.
A quick glance at billboards reveals that the dominant look here reflects the European and American ideals of beauty - slim women with light-colored skin, hair and eyes. Some industry experts say this will never change.
After revisiting their own roots, three Tel Aviv women have just launched what they describe as a cultural salon, featuring literary events, delicacies and cocktails in the best Russian tradition.
The owners of the Complet accessories brand - one of whom has an aristocratic British past - have just set up a studio and are growing their client base online.
Wearing a galabiya on 'Big Brother’ put Ortal Ben Dayan on a new path, but she still refuses to blend into the crowd.
From clothing inspired by Umm Kulthum to new weaving methods, the year-end exhibits are entertaining and impressive.
Exhibit put on by 40 graduating fashion designers offers simple message: 'Let us entertain you.’
A look at the U.S. pop icon who reinvents herself at will and performs in Israel this August.
Just 20, with a strong 'interesting’ look, Noam Frost seems set for supermodel territory.
Suddenly, it’s becoming chic in Europe to wear garments bearing Hebrew logos.
The close ties between fashion magazines and advertisers are making a critic’s job harder
Tovale had a choreographer start her show with a dance, while Raziela alluded to the '80s. These weren't the only missteps on days 3 and 4.
Exceptional fashion designers are what will help Israeli fashion make its mark on the world, says Vogue Italia editor-in-chief.
Bercu, 46, goes from Vogue covers to Israeli fashion chain for curvy women; too bad the Onot collection this spring is so-so.