When American Vogue relaunched its website, it chose U.S.-Palestinian model Gigi Hadid to recreate a classic cover shot of Israeli Michaela Bercu. Should we call the fashion police?
Daughter to a design icon and an Israeli beauty queen, Elle Sasson has exploded onto the world fashion scene, thanks to bold vision and a few connections.
On the catwalk, they are the picture of elegance, poise and style. But when the cameras are allowed behind the scenes, they often tell a very different story.
Why Ukraine's Yulia Tymoshenko's famous hairstyle is a calculated, and possibly brilliant, political move.
Sharon Tal has designs on revitalizing the colorful Maskit brand, which operated in Israel for 40 years until the mid-1990s, and has even recruited original owner Ruth Dayan to the cause.
Tonari, a new boutique, showcases Japanese clothing that is wonderfully original and full of the joy of creation.
An African Journey Full of Beads and Bright Colors: Israeli Designers Meet the Source of Their Inspiration
Fashion designers Sasson Kedem and Liora Taragan went to Kenya to show their creations. How did their encounter from afar compare to the view from up close?
Tel Aviv's year-old galabia store adapts the loose desert garment for contemporary leisure, work and evening wear.
Tovaleh's flowing, lyrical clothes contrast sharply with the designer's own blunt style.
A new exhibition on the ATA factory, which defined 'Israeli' clothing for the pioneer generation and through the austerity era, reflects the path of Israeli society as a whole.
The Brunch drew a foreign clientele, but nowlocals are starting to cotton to its Nordic style.
A new store for plus-size women's clothing has greatly improved the selection available to this market segment