Posts Tagged ‘Israel’

Vegan Never Looked This Good

I’ve never really thought about my food values and their relationship to my fashion choices but after reading about Medusa’s vegan bags on Israel 21C I realized much like buying sustainable and organic food I can also feel good about my fashion too. If I care deeply about where my food comes from (and I…

[Read More »]
 

The Best Kept Secret in Fashion

The Israel Museum’s costume collection is the best-kept secret in fashion. I spent a glorious day at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem last summer. Their costume collection is so fantastic it could be a separate museum all of its own.

[Read More »]
 

An Interview with Jewelry Designer Galit Barak

Less is definitely more for Galit Barak.  She designs jewelry that’s clean, stylish and minimal. I’m excited to introduce you to her beautiful line of necklaces, rings and bracelets.  Galit is inspired by nature, urban landscapes and geometric shapes. All her jewelry is made by hand in her studio in Israel. Her work has been exhibited…

[Read More »]
 

Saturday’s Passover Pick

How cool is this Tangram seder plate and matzah tray? It’s handmade in Tel Aviv by Studio Armadillo. There are endless options for arranging it on your table. It’s also a great way to keep your kids engaged during the seder. More information here! photos courtesy of Studio Armadillo Sunday’s Pick – Passover place cards…

[Read More »]
 

Sari Srulovitch – Judaica Meets Modern Design

Sari Srulovitch inspires me. She’s an incredibly talented artist whose work is displayed in museums and private collections throughout the world. She so beautifully bridges the divide between traditional and ritual objects and clean minimalist modern design. She’s the mother of four children. Her oldest daughter and son are soldiers at the IDF and her younger children are twin…

[Read More »]
 

Timor’s Modern Family

I first discovered Timor’s dolls on her Etsy shop. I thought they were charming and fun and would make for great gifts. But then I kept thinking about them—all of them—going back to Timor’s shop over the course of days and weeks.

[Read More »]
 

1 2 3