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Fashion production: Nitzan Chic channels the iconic Elvis style - voila! Fashion

2022-11-29T17:45:37.273Z

Nitzan Chic, the star of the fourth season of Hatunami, channels the iconic style of Elvis in a dark and sultry fashion production



Nitzan Shik: "I felt that the heavy make-up, the slightly masculine suits and the dark room where we filmed brought out my adages."

Suit-Luna boutique by Sarit Levy, scarf-Zara, glasses-Iroka (Photo: Yael Rosner)

A year ago she left the successful reality show "Wedding at First Sight" and landed right in the cauldron of social media.

At the same time, she chose to finish her social work in the oncology department, and today it is evident that Nitzan Shik (35) is in a very good place and is already swimming under an umbrella, while she also gets to be precise in her choices.

Therefore, as soon as her friend, a talented stylist at the beginning of her career, offered her to participate in an iconic fashion production as part of her studies in a styling course at Shankar, Chic immediately joined the task - a beautiful and powerful blow.

Nitzan Shik: "When Gal explained to me that the concept was situations from the life of Elvis at the end of concerts, it intrigued me a lot."

Suit-Luna boutique by Sarit Levy, glasses-iruka (Photo: Yael Rosner)

Where did your connection to the production and the concept come from?


"When Gal explained to me that the concept was situations from Elvis' life at the end of shows, it intrigued me very much. I could imagine the fall of tension, loneliness, sadness and everything that is the gap between the fame and love that Elvis received when he was on stage, and what happens when he is alone in the room after the show. I knew That I can relate to these feelings - the unglamorous moments in his life, and the dissonance between admiration and loneliness."

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Nitzan Shik: "I could imagine the fall of tension, loneliness, sadness and everything that is the gap between the fame and the love that Elvis received."

Suit and shirt - Luna boutique by Sarit Levy, boots - Aldo (Photo: Yael Rosner)

What did you most connect with in the production?


"I really liked what they brought out of me - the styling, the make-up and the set itself, which was in a small hotel room. I felt that the heavy make-up, the slightly masculine suits and the dark room where we shot brought out an edge in me that doesn't come out of me everyday, but parts of it exist in me. Michal the make-up artist and Yael the photographer I met for the first time on the set and the connection was immediate. There is something very pleasant about working on a female set."



About the excellent production, which was filmed in the rooms and corridors of a boutique hotel, Amona Gal Torn (33), owner of a nail boutique business and a student in a styling course: "This is actually my final project for the "Styling Pro" course at Shankar. We were asked to do an editorial production on the subject of "Elvis", And everyone could take it in their own direction, emphasizing the trends of the clothing style associated with it."

Nitzan Shik in the fashion production: Elvis has left the building - when the light goes out, the show is over"". Jacket and boots from Sarit Levy's Luna boutique, Chen Geldan vintage boutique bodysuit (photo: Yael Rosner)

After doing some research, Torn came across a photo of the eternal king of rock and roll in a hotel room.

With this vision in her head she decided to focus on the "spotlight" but precisely when they are off.

Elvis has left the building - when the light goes out, the show is over"" is the full name she gave to the production.

Torn used the inspirations she found, which are associated with the iconic figure that is Elvis Presley, and brought them here and now.

Gal Torn: "I used the trends associated with Elvis and incorporated them into the styling I chose for the bud."

Suit-Luna boutique by Sarit Levy, glasses-iruka (Photo: Yael Rosner)

"I used the trends associated with Elvis and put them in the styling I picked for the bud," Torn says, "whether it's the suits, the bright colors, the pleated cut. The sequins, the velvet, scarves and wide sunglasses, all combined with a wonderful vintage atmosphere in the hotel where we shot, which is designed in a retro style ".

Gal Torn: "The choice in the bud was accurate for me!".

Jeans jacket and handkerchief-vintage boutique Chen Geldan (Photo: Yael Rosner) (Photo: Yael Rosner)

Why did you choose a chic bud to model in the production?


"The choice of Bud was accurate for me! At first I wasn't sure at all if they had a man or a woman. But then I really saw her fit into this production, with the powerful face she has. Elvis also had a strong and beautiful face, you could even say doubt man-doubt woman, That's why it strengthened my decision to emphasize femininity in the production."



Credits

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Photography: Yael Rosner


Styling: Gal Torn


Make-up and hair: Michal Fossman


Model: Nitzan Shik, Lalinor Shahar


Location: Photographed at the Dave Levinsky Hotel from the Brown Hotel Collection

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Source: walla

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