Modest Street Style with Chen Koren

I was lucky enough in the late spring to get the chance to meet Chen Koren. For those of you who aren’t already following her colorful and vibrant Instagram with 31.9K followers, how can I describe her? You most likely will find her around Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda Shuk, where she does culinary tours and workshops. She is …

Arts & Culture Favorites in Israel: Dorit Rabinyan, Ishay Ribo, Hilla Spitzer and Adva Aharon

Nothing is better then getting a recommendation from a trusted friend, especially in the realm of arts and culture. I want to share with you a writer, a musician, an artist and a fashion designer I have been following over the last few months. By no means I only follow Israelis. Parallel to these choices …

“Loved Clothes Last”. An Online Magazine Focusing on Waste, Mass Consumption and Recycling 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 houses and organizations …

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 …