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Like a chameleon: Neta Barzani went through a makeover from show to show - voila! Fashion

2023-03-20T16:08:56.728Z


Neta Barzani walked in the fashion week in the show of Alembic and Pix and in each one she looked different


Gender fluidity was the name of the game at the underwear brand FIX, which presented for the first time at the Tel Aviv Fashion Week.

That, and many familiar faces who contributed their part.

Sarit Pollak came out of the crowd in a red set of underwear and a bra, Neta Barzani in pants with Pringles print and a green top, fashion blogger Einav Cohen, plus size model Cindy Chadi and content creator Eden Daniel Gabai, who walked the runway once as a man and once as a woman.

For the first time on the track - FIX with a non-binary display (photo: haydon perrior)

A non-binary fashion show that eliminates gender boundaries under the message - Don't fix me.

The basic collection is designed in a particularly elastic fabric, with bralettes, strapless, underwear in different and bold shapes, which the models wore with matching wigs to the calmer ones of pastels, and other body colors.

The main idea was to present the mix and match in the collection, the versatility in both items and gender - everyone can wear everything.

Bold lingerie with matching wigs (photo: haydon perrior)

Alongside the lingerie, there were also pop and beautiful items with retro and nostalgia scents - the SNACKS FOR EVERY-BODY unisex collection with a nod to nostalgic food brands such as Kellogg's and Pringles that come in designed packaging that matches the food packaging.

Everyone can wear everything - FIX (photo: haydon perrior)

Sarit Pollak surprised the audience with a red set (photo: Haydon Perrior)

Neta Barzani in Pringles pants - the new FIX pop collection (photo: haydon perrior)

Hagar Elambik, the bride of the Lifetime Achievement Award at Tel Aviv Fashion Week, presented the spring-summer 2023 collection in a particularly impressive opening with exciting Israeli music playing in the background and the models dressed in black and white contrast.

Lines and circles in the winning combination of colors with silhouettes far from the body, buttoned shirts in a variety of cuts, dresses and pants.

An impressive opening in black and white - Alembic (photo: haydon perrior)

The pulse rose when the familiar color of Alembic entered with suits in orange-green-black and yellow colors and evolved into fluttering dresses with large yellow flower prints combined with chain prints.

Soft chiffon fabrics and delicate cuts that express the swing and freedom of going out of the city into nature.

The show concluded with a collection of white dresses full of volume combined with woolen coats with colorful stripes, which were decorated with bags sewn with patches, and it was impossible to ignore the right styling with the Crocs sandals that gave a playful and light look.



At Alembic, who came out at the end of the show waving the Israeli flag, the woman is the one who stands in the center and the clothes are meant to give her the space for personal expression.

Freedom, movement, joy and a lot of confidence.

Real clothes.

Hagar Alembic's distinct handwriting (photo: Haydon Perrior)

Ours - Tali Arbel on the runway (photo: Haydon Perrior)

Real clothes that women want to wear (photo: haydon perrior)

Surprising - Neta Barzani at the top of the class walks to the alembic (photo: haydon perrior)

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Loose silhouettes that flatter any size.

Alembic (photo: haydon perrior)

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Source: walla

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