“Loved Clothes Last”. An Online Magazine Focusing on Waste and Mass Consumption in the Fashion Industry.

https://issuu.com/fashionrevolution/docs/fr_zine2_rgb (Above is Fashion Revolution's 2nd "Fanzine" called "Loved Clothes Last") I have been following Fashion Revolution's Instagram for at least a year now. They are an extremely useful resource and global movement for everything that has to do with mass consumption and excess in the global fashion industry, and the steps some big fashion …

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Visiting Bethlehem, Ramallah and Jericho through an Art Lens

https://youtu.be/fHEWcRaB93I   In light of what is now taking place around the current and future status of Jerusalem, and the uncertainty in the air, I truly hope that all the wonderful initiatives that have been taking place in recent years to connect all the cultures that live here will continue strong. I am very grateful …

A Talk with Shira Kaplan of Jerusalem’s Trumpeldor Vintage

A few weeks ago I got the opportunity to sit down with Shira Kaplan of Jerusalem's Trumpeldor Vintage, one of the best vintage clothing stores in Jerusalem. Trumpeldor is located on 18 Nissim Behar Street in Nachlaot (near the Jerusalem shouk). We spoke about how she started the store, the growing popularity of second hand clothes …

Jerusalem’s ModLi, Dubai’s The Modist, and the Rise of Modest Fashion

*Picture above taken from a Vogue Article about Chaya Chanin and Simi Polonsky, the  Orthodox Jewish designers behind The Frock NYC. This is such an overwhelming and perhaps controversial post to write, and I although I don't have a background in the fashion industry, my choices in what I choose to wear have changed in recent years when …