שבוע האופנה-בגובה השטיח האדום

Tamara Salem at Gindi TLV Fashion Week

עברית?:) בהמשך, ממש עוד מעט

D. and I had the honour of being invited to one of the shows at Gindi TLV Fashion Week – Tamara Salem’s show.

Tamara Salem’s show was a festive display of soft geometric line. Yes, Tamara makes this oxymoron possible. The garments exhibit an airy distance from the body with ample delicate chic exposing some tender curves. But the strength of the collection, and of the designer’s hand writing, is the elegant, tranquil sophistication of the items. A few of the items are modular, and transformed on the cat walk from a voluminous dress to a long and lofty dress.

This reminded me of Tamara Salem’s patented “Morf” dress that can be worn in 12 different ways!

We also loved the monochrome colour scheme and the contrast between the soft draping fabric and the more constructed parts, which had an elastic and ‘bouncy’ quality.

One dress stood out from among the colour palatte; it started as voluminous dress in grey and red, then transformed and opened to a long red dress. Its bright colour was emphasised by the red lips in the video screened at the back – another major player in the show.

We were Dmitriy Zholkovskiy’s guests. Dmitriy is a fashion designer and pattern maker, and is part of Tamara’s creative team – many times they are called ‘little hands’, the hidden heroes of fashion shows. And I know he put his heart into this work!

And this reminds me of Shenkar’s Fashion Show I saw last summer.

איפה ומתי: שבוע האופנה תל-אביב, 13 למרץ

על מה ולמה: תצוגת האופנה של המעצבת תמרה סלם

ד’ ואני זכינו להיות האורחים של דמיטרי ז’ולוקבסקי, מעצב אופנה ותדמיתן אשר עובד עם תמרה סלם

דמיטרי הוא חבר קרוב, אנחנו מכירים מהימים שהיינו שכנים ובעיקר היינו עושים שטויות. כבר אז הקו היצירתי שלו היה ברור לי: דיוק והקפדה מיירביים, מקצוענות ורעיונות מקוריים, שילוב בין גזרות מדוייקות ומושלמות עם אלמנט ‘מפתיע’ כלשהו, כמו שוליים פרומיים, קו גיזרה יוצא דופן ועוד

כל אלה ועוד ניכרו בתצוגה של תמרה סלם, הקולקציה אופיינה במראה נקי, מוקפד, מאופק ועם זאת עוצמתי. חלק מהפריטים הפגינו מבניות תלת מימדית או מרחק “אווירירי” מהגוף, מרחק אשר יוצר תחושת חופש ותנועה. פריטים נוספים ניתנים ללבישה במספר צורות, ועברו טרנספורמציה לנגד עיננו על הבמה. בלטה במיוחד שימלה בעלת נפח גדול, עמוסה בקיפולים ובשכבות, צבעה אפור ומבינות הקפלים מבצבץ צבע אדום. בפעולה אחת קלה ומהירה נפתח ומשתחרר המבנה המורכב והופך לשמלה ארוכה, נוזלת, זורמת בצבע אדום עז. הצבע האדום הועצם בוידאו שהוקרן ברקע. למעשה הוידאו היה חלק מקסם האווירה והתצוגה

העיסוק של תמרה  סלם בבגדים אשר ניתנים ללבישה במספר אופנים איננו חדש. אני מרגישה שזה מעין “מחקר” מתמשך שלה. יחד עם הצבעוניות המונוכרומטית, החומריות ושילוב אלמנטים ‘רומנטיים’ יותר כגון פפיונים ותחרה, נוצרה קולקציה מרתקת ומרשימה

התצוגה הסתיימה. ד’ ואני עשינו עוד סיבוב קטן ליד השטיח האדום ומשם יצאנו חזרה לרחוב, לאבק ולאפור. נשמע מוכר קצת השילוב, לא?:)

וזה מזכיר לי שאפשר לקרוא על תצוגת הבוגרים של שנקר כאן

וקריאה נוספת על שבוע האופנה בבלוג של הסטייליסטית אורית ארגמן פדידא ובבלוג האופנאית של חן סיון. מומלץ! זוויות נוספות

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Tamara Salem’s show, picture by Shelley Lewis

Above: a dress that transforms from short to long

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Dmitriy Zholkovskiy wearing Adidas shoes; at Tamara Salem’s show

למעלה: בתצוגת האופנה של תמרה סלם, דמיטרי נועל אדידס

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תמרה סלם ודמיטרי, דקות ספורות לאחר סיום התצוגה. צילום: דווה מלמן

Above: Dmitriy Zholkovskiy and Tamara Salem a few minutes after the show ended

Spotted at TLV Fashion Week

And I see the ‘anonymous’ guests as heroes too 🙂 here are some of the shoes they wore to the show:

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Spotted at Tamara Salem’s show: shoes by Massimo Dutti

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Above: These shoes were bought in perhaps the favourite shop in the world: “My Mum bought them for me in Berlin” she told me 🙂 I also love the combination with the trousers.

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TLV Fashion Week – Open heel bootie, probably by Zara
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Australian Sol-Sana shoes at TLV Tashion Week
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Radiant yellow by United Nude
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Zara at TLV Fashion Week

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Above: “Wow, it’s great you are taking my picture! My Mum didn’t like these shoes, and now I can tell her that you do!”

Seems like Zara and Mums have a special corner in this post 🙂

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More Zara at TLV Fashion Week
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Michal Israeli wearing shoes by Shani Lax
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Bought at Asos, spotted at TLV Fashion Week
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Father and daughter at TLV Fashion Week 🙂 אב ובתו בשבוע האופנה, הכי חמודים
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Love the pattern on the shoe tongue; Replay shoes

 

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Ido Recanati Wearing Vialis shoes he bought in Barcelona

בדרך החוצה אחרי התצוגה פגשנו את עדו רקנטי, מעצב אופנה. “אלה נעלי החתונה שלי” הוא מספר לד’ ולי, “הן של חברת ויאליס, ואחרי החתונה צבעתי אותן לשחור”, ממשיך עדו. אז איך זה שהתפר נשאר לבן??  שואל ד’.” כי החוט סינטטי, בניגוד לגפה מעור!” וזה מזכיר לי את העיצוב והעבודה על נעליים להצגה נעליים

US. D’ and I

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Me wearing shoes by Luc Berjen
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D. shoes and character
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D. jacket and style
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Tamara Salem show at Gindi TLV Fashion Week

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On our way out; preparing for next show?;)

All pictures were taken by me and by Deva Melman.

Happy you are here, always welcome to follow my step

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Mysterious. Shoes.

English?? Follows:)

מה, מתי, למה וכ”ו

לפני כשבועיים, קצת אחרי שעברתי דירה

היכן: אוטובוס בדרך הביתה, ליפו

מה צדות עיניי: זוג גרביים מכסים מגפיים. הכי הגיוני בעצם

מי הנועלת? דנה, אשר מספרת שהחורף “פתאום” התחשק לה והרגיש לה ללבוש הרבה שחור. והמגפיים שלה חומים, והן הרגישו לה בהירים, או בוהקים, או לא קשורים לכל השחור האפל הזה

אז היא עשתה מעשה פשוט, וכיסתה אותם

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Photo by Shelley Lewis

בדרך הזו אני יכולה לשנות ולהחליף את הצבע והמראה של המגף כמה שאני רוצה, בקלות. הוא יותר זורם, הוא אחר ומשתנה – היא מספרת. ומי היא דנה? דנה פורר, שחקנית ומנהלת האנסמבל של תאטרון המסתורין. כן כן , יש דבר כזה. גם אני גיליתי זאת רק בזמן שיחה על גרביים

בכל אופן, תאטרון המסתורין מופיע בפינות האפלות והנסתרות של התחנה המרכזית. דנה מספרת שהמופע משלב השפעות מתרבויות רבות, והאתר שלהם מגלה לי שהמופע מבוסס גם על טקסטים מיסטיים וקלאסיים

אז אם מסתורין סרוג אל תוך מיסטיקה חתוכה על גבי מגף עושה לכם את זה – בואו. אני הולכת להיות שם. עם גרביים, מגפיים וכמה פינות מסתוריות בלב ובנשמה

לרכישת כרטיסים מסתוריים או ל-לייק לעמוד הפייסבוק המסתורי מכולם

When: a short while ago, shortly after I moved to a new home

Where: on a bus ride, on my way home to Jaffa

What about?? I spot Dana wearing shoes covered by socks.

“I created these sock-covers for shoes because this winter I’ve been wearing a lot of black, and just felt the brown boots didn’t match. The sock-cover allows me to change the colour of the boot as I want whenever I feel like it”.

“At the beginning the socks covered the entire front and the toe cap, but then they tore after a short while, so I just cut them open at the toes”

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Photo by Shelley Lewis

What did I like about it? I love improvisation, and I love to spot items personalised by their users. Especially when the personalisation is about the construction, not only decoration.

So who is Dana? She tells me she performs in a theater group called “The Mysterious Theater”, or in Hebrew “Mystorin”,  which sounds like a kind of magical tour to me.

Their website states they “combine mystical and classic texts with a variety of performing arts”, they perform in the Tel-Aviv Central Bus station which is a maze with many hidden corridors and underground halls. Yep, a little scary, and mysterious too 🙂

Check out their upcoming shows

Happy you are here, you are welcome to follow my (mysterious?!:) steps

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Mine; sea sand and shoes

What about: Meeting Danielle Yaor, who studies design in Rietveld, Amsterdam.

Danielle believes that ‘fashion design enfolds a subtle power to challenge social structures’ and is the creator of collection of shirts entitled ‘Mine’.

And in Danielle’s words: “‘Mine’ explains that your vagina is entirely yours! And creates a social awareness with a clear say – stop the rape culture”.

You can buy the shirts here

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Coming soon as a T shirt!! Contect me on Danielleyaor18@gmail.com if you want one;)♡♢♡

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Where: We meet in Jaffa-Tel-Aviv

What else is happening: Danielle was visiting Tel-Aviv also to have her collection of shirts photographed by Ofer Dabush. You can see it also in Cake Mag 😉

What is she wearing: shoes bought in the flea market in Amsterdam.

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Photo by Shelley Lewis

Also included: sand from the beach!:) direct from the photo shooting 🙂

So: The only people who can grab ‘mine’ are me or others I allow them to.

 

@lihi_paul @nazidadashiim @yanivcohen21 @oferdabush #TelAvivyafo #sun #MineTshirts

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Photo by Ofer Dabush

Models: Lihi Paul lihi_paul / Amitay Shulman  nazidadashiim / Yaniv Cohen yanivcohen21

Happy you are here. Welcome to join me and follow more of my steps

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Moving house, and shoes

Recently I moved to a new house.

It’s a step which entails a change because I no longer live alone, but with my partner. The house is old and beautiful but most of all is starting to feel like home, cozy and intriguing.

I think there will be many more stories to tell about the house, about Jaffa – which is where we live – and about my partner’s shoe collection which is quite remarkable and expresses a unique and interesting taste 🙂

The night before the move i went out with Avivit, a good friend who runs a small second-hand clothing business and also mends and alters many of the clothes. “It’s like a farewell party for you before moving into your new life” Avivit declared with a smile.

Avivit has this incredible eye for finding hidden gems in the street. I mean if I see a pile of clothes someone left on a street corner I would probably hesitate or feel embarrassed to start looking through it. But with Avivit all the magic happens. This way we found a pile full of fun and stylish stuff. A pile which we soon discovered was left outside by a really cool and stylish couple, which also sew some of their clothes.

So this is one of the fun items found that night.

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I wonder if they too will be sued for red out sole bottoms??:) Doubt it… 

And where also did we go?

To the Gagarin, to see Deaf Chonky.

 

So keep moving, listening, finding. Happy February 🙂

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I invite you to follow my steps 🙂

 

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Up Next Shoes?

When: first morning of 2017

Where: a bus in Tel-Aviv, heading north.

What do I spot: a pair of shoes that have this majestic burgundy colour and a matching ornament too. Not the kind of shoes I see around me every morning…. I had  to check this out! Wondering if they are fancy ‘leftovers’ from last night New Year’s partying 🙂

Who’s wearing them: Emma Raz, senior manager at AppNext – a mobile discovery platform. This pair was bought in China last April (“wow, before Brexit and Trump” I think to myself….).

“I travel quite often” Emma tells me, “mainly for work, so each item I’m wearing is from a different place in the world”

I also like: the semi-obscured tattoo behind the transparent sock, and the hint, or glimpse of an ankle bracelet.

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Looking back at these pictures this evening

I wish I had snapped more pictures to capture Emma’s style; all items and their blend seemed really stylish and interesting.

It’s the blend, or mix which makes up a good story, or great style. A thought about a global world changing so rapidly.

And for 2017 which started today I wish myself to continue meeting interesting people during 2017, around the corner and also while travelling to many places in the world 🙂

Wishing you all a happy and fabulous 2017! May a wish or two come true.

Happy you are here, you are welcome to follow my steps. Sometimes I even take the bus 😉

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Christmas in Nazareth and some shoes

Where: Nazareth, Galilee, Israel

When: Christmas eve

The route we took: Paulos st. ,  Church of St. Gabriel , Mary’s well square.

Attractions: The largest Christmas tree in the Middle East. Yep, a phallic symbol in the name of God 🙂

Nazareth was decorated, festive and crowded:)

We succeeded in missing the parade that took place earlier that afternoon, and we blended in the crowd strolling along the city center, visiting Gabriel’s church and stopping by a few of the many eateries in Nazareth.

Our tip: one thing we did well for sure – we parked about 2 km from the center. We avoided horrendous traffic jams and enjoyed the walk.

Tip no. 2: wear comfortable shoes 🙂

What did we wear?

He: shoes by Reply.

And I: shoes by Pons Quintana. I’ve had them now for I guess about 10 years and they are still rocking.

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Above: boots by Pons Quintana with an elongated last/toe cup

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Above: shoes by Reply, I think they’ve traveled the world.

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The visit to Nazareth

Reminded me of my neighbour, a 5 year old refugee from Africa, who he and his family were lucky enough to leave and arrive in Israel when it was still easier (but not easy) to cross the borders and arrive in a safer place than the country they left.

A few weeks ago I saw him and his sister outside their house, dressed up and looking happy and excited. He ran up to me to tell me that “our God has a celebration today!”.

The young kid had the right intuition many grown ups lack: God is personal and if you choose to seek his presence he (or she?!:) probably will be found in your heart, or your thoughts.

Because while God might be divine,

Religion seems to suffer from many earthly flaws….

So I think tip no. 3 would be: follow your personal Jesus 🙂

 

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Above: patterns are everywhere

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Above: an ancient church in 2016 – the cross is hidden within a screw 😉

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Above: an upside down JBL included, the divine and earthly intermix

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Above: Santa Claus is heading to Heaven?:) Helium balloons can be great fun

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Above: ancient art in today’s life, air-co and a clock are included

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Above: this reminded me of ‘The Creating of Adam’ by Michelangleo in the Sistine Chapel  

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Above: painting located above the water and well. Picture by Deva Melman

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Above: God’s pocket money?:)

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Above: detail of a painting, sandals.

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Above: Moses removing his sandals at the burning bush.

In Jewish religion shoes are considered to be a barrier, a divider between man and God.

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Above: Adam and Eve, and the divine light with some bars….?:) Picture by Deva Melman

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Walking along the side streets

We could experience more angles to the city

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Above: painted on the wall surrounding the Baptist church in Nazareth

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Above: a jewelry window tells a story. Mixed symbols. ‘Noyser Jewlry’ at Ha’Galil st. no 22 in Nazareth

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Above: a must visit bakery in Nazareth – ‘Mahroum’ sweets. I loved the yellowish Kanafeh with pistachio mix, and I personally prefer it without the sweet sauce usually poured on top. This way the sweetness is inviting and soft. The halva too was excellent.

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Above: we didn’t check this place out but it seemed inviting. Right by the square and the church.

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Above: Picture by Deva Melman

This post was written yesterday, by the time I finished it George Michael passed away. Another great artist who left this world during 2016. I loved the music he made, as a solo artist or together with Andrew Ridgeley. I wish you to rest in peace, feeling and being closer to your personal Jesus.

 

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Human chain for Syrian refugees; Tel-Aviv

When: this evening

Where: between the American embassy and the Russian embassy. They are located a few hundred meters from one another in Ha’Yarkon st., Tel-Aviv, close to the sea.

Approximately a few hundred people held hands and raised signs requesting, demanding help for Syrian citizens.

My low angle of the demonstration, perhaps identifying with the low and harsh conditions the people of Aleppo and Syria have been suffering for too long.

 

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Above: one of the organizers of the demonstration, who walked up and down along the chain of people holding hands, was wearing stilettos.

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Trippen, mitten like socks and a dog included.

 

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Politics seem so cynical. The information we have is so many times based on other people ‘playing’ with the facts. Yet I hope the demonstrations around the world could make a change.

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