Fashion Week Highlights Summary: A melting pot between the romantic and the dramatic

The life that returns to routine and the thirst to dress, experience every moment, be present and shine – stood out well on the runway of fashion shows that took place last week and aired on network 13. Many Israeli designers brought on the runway bold, prominent, happy and – from all corners of style and emotion; From the floral, embroidery and nature girls, through metallic, poetic and joyful colorfulness to the roughness of a cheeky rock star.

Dipping at Fashion Week (Photo: Adi Lidor)

The rich and colorful fabrics with the floating fabrics presented by Tabhala and Vivi Blaish could not be ignored. Dresses that celebrate freedom and liberation, colors that are taken from the world of free nature, floating fabric combinations with transparencies, and loose-fitting cuts that do not touch the body, which allow for a complete celebration of freedom.

Vivi Blaish's show at Fashion Week (Photo: Orit Pnini)Vivi Blaish’s show at Fashion Week (Photo: Orit Pnini)

The beloved black of course starred in almost every show, reminding us who the dominant color is – sometimes alone and sometimes in combinations. They are on display by Sasson Kedem who chose the immortal combination of black and white and huge cuts that erase curves but create a presence until Shlomit Azrad who took blacks to magical districts of vibrant textures. In glossy or matte shades – there is no doubt that this black summer is the king of colors.

Shlomit Azrad - Behind the Scenes (Photo: Megan Maimon)Shlomit Azrad – Behind the Scenes (Photo: Megan Maimon)

But with all due respect to the black drama, we all need optimism in life – and we learned this year that we need it in quantities – and there is nothing more optimistic than Shahar Avnet’s collection that featured joyful color with its unique handwriting, tight and wide combinations, glossy and matte, exciting textures and combinations, dramatic cuts Combined with romantic wraps. And of course Lara Rosnovsky’s lively prints that prove we haven’t exhausted the flowers yet – and are here to stay.

The beauty of Israeli designers is that they are diverse. Each has its own language, its own line, its own seal. The human melting pot we have in the country affects our fashion, the contrasts, the extremes, the wealth. In the fashion world, these combinations create a diverse, fascinating and, most importantly, enabling industry.

Lara Rosnovsky - Fashion Week (Photo: Avi Waldman)Lara Rosnovsky – Fashion Week (Photo: Avi Waldman)

It doesn’t matter if you choose to wear colorful and happy optimism, magical naturalness or rough drama – the main thing is that you choose to wear blue and white fashion, one that is woven and produced here, in our magical land.

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