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Student Break | Margarita Rudinshtein | It’s A Battlefield of Emotions | February 10.14

Pounding Memories is Margarita Rudinshtein’s 2013 graduation project out of the of the Jewelry Design Department at the Shenkar College. In Margarita’s jewelry the metal remembers everything and tells the story of the process and rebirth. While the material goes through a severe trauma, the end result is a series of intriguing objects, that make …

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Moshe Roas | The Textile Circle of Life | January 30.14

Cotton, sand, glass powder, fabric, metal and sponge are just a few of the materials that Moshe Roas uses in his art. Moshe, a certified textile designer, is anything but your average textile designer. While he plays with textures and layering among other things, his creative world is surrounded by unordinary ideas that are conveyed …

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Student Break | Daniel Winebush | The Eye of The Tiger | November 25.13

What does one normally do when he wants to explore the limitations of vision under extreme conditions? He, as in Daniel Winebush, creates his very own “The world according to…” graduate project. In this project, which was driven by Daniel’s myopia, he decided to examine how limitations such as order, direction of reading, and range …

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Student Break | Neta Tesler | Knot The Knot | October 23.13

I have a strong feeling that the freezing weather (that I wasn’t prepared for) is what is drawing me to Neta Tesler’s textile furniture. These furniture are clearly inspired by the world of seamanship and I’m in love with the playful aspect of these KNOT-N-KNOT knots. While researching the world of Popeye the Sailor Man, …

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Student Break | Galit Barak | A Hidden World Within A Line | October 18.13

Galit Barak isn’t afraid to feel and speak about her fears and pains through her jewelry. And this time with her graduate collection out of the Jewelry Design Department at the Shenkar College is no different. In [don't] Cast Me Away, Galit explores the gap between the preservation of the aged body by society and …

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Student Break | Liat Brandel Gilon | Reality Check! | October 3.13

When I first bumped into Liat Brandel Gilon‘s graduate collection all I could think of was: I love paper, I love this collection and if my favorite stationary designer and my favorite fashion designer would collaborate this is exactly what would be their love child. And boy, I was wrong. Fake Reality, Liat’s graduate collection …

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Student Break | Tal Kilshon | Collage of Different Times | September 17.13

Different cultures, different aesthetics and one unified collage that goes by the name “Pastiche”. Under the influence of folklore, Tal Kilshon, a recent graduate of the Fashion Design Department at the Shenkar College, built a mix of “old world” elements and modern culture. You can sense the fascinating tension between the old and the new …

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Student Break | Elina Gleizer | The Bionic Woman | September 12.13

I have a feeling that Elina Gleizer had the bionic woman in mind while designing her Alter Self graduate collection. Elina says that she was inspired by human anatomy. And to be exact, the human body and it’s curves. Each and every accessory fits perfectly and compliments a different body part and a different joint. …

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Student Break | Lior Shulak | Strike a Line | August 22.13

I’m super excited to share with you Lior Shulak’s graduate collection! Isn’t it amazing?! I’m blown away by the geometric lines, the minimalist approach and over all, the awesomeness behind it all. In her Signs of Fiction Lior marks, in her own unique way, the body itself and it’s surroundings by creating a language of …

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Student Break | Yael Gaizler | Aloha!/Helloa! | August 20.13

You have no idea how much I’ve missed writing about fashion design graduates. And then Yael Gaizler and her Helloa! collection came along. Yael, a 2013 graduate of the Shenkar College, took me by surprise. I wasn’t expecting to find all this beauty in one massive explosion of color, textures and materials. But I did! …

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Student Break | Didi Kfir | Tel Aviv Like You’ve Never Seen Before | August 15.13

Have you ever wondered about all the people that streets were named after them? I sure do. That was the starting point of Didi Kfir and her Tel-Aviv – Travel Book. “Tel-Aviv – Travel Book offers three different routes to walk through the streets of the city. Each route offers random encounters with the many …

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Student Break | Roni Yeheskel | The Melody of The Lines | July 24.13

Mathematics, geometry and in between, never been my thing. In fact, I’m so happy that I don’t have to re-live those horrific days… However, there are people who can embrace the beauty within those lines and create magic out of it. One of those people is Roni Yeheskel, who created the Webbings. Upholstery fabrics, which …

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