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Summary of the last day of the shows at Tel Aviv Fashion Week - Maya Kay walks to Idan Laros, and what did they show in the skating rink designed by Shankar?

Idan Laros

Kornit FAC Tel Aviv Fashion Week 2023 is officially behind us, and the fourth and final day of shows concluded the celebration of local fashion high and low.

The huge flowers, which decorated collars, belts and dresses, once again starred on the runway of Laros.

And this time, treated baggy jeans also competed for the show stopper title.

Surviving Maya Kay opened the show with an ensemble that brought back the winning combination of pink and red into our lives, although we feel that the shimmering fabrics slightly damaged the coherence of the collection, which would have been better off staying in the realms of flowing satins, delicate competition and denim.

A winning combination of pink and red - Maya Kay opens the Laros show (photo: haydon perrior)

The collaboration with Etty Kobo and her jewelry brand COCONUT LOVE could not be more accurate.

The models were dripping pearls in black or white, which complimented the performances very much.

Wonderful jumpsuit dresses, flowing maxis that exposed shoulders and back, or lace minis teamed with flat, pointy ballerina shoes.

There were also flowing crop blazers, with pants or shorts, and stupid tops in a collar cut with a long adjustable band at the waist, which met with loose jeans with a low waistline - looks that were practically kidnapped immediately after the show by fashion heads from the swamp.

Great tops with jeans treated by Laros (photo: haydon perrior)

It stood out that this year, and more than ever, Ross put an emphasis on ready-to-wear clothes, but of course he did not neglect the brides.

From a stunning white set with the injured Sigal Shahmon (who looked insane) that included a maxi skirt and a wrap blouse that was left wide open while revealing a black lace bralette, to a silly corset dress that was a stool for the Victorian aesthetic, we put on a fine show.

Sigal Shahamon in a gorgeous white set with a black lace bralette (photo: haydon perrior)

Marfarar for Magda Botrim - a central presence for the flowers and the red color (photo: Haydon Perrior)

Treated Levis jeans, TOLEDANO bags (photo: haydon perrior)

Shay Zanko in a sparkling dress and Coconut Love jewelry (photo: haydon perrior)

This is how we want to dress - Maya Kay with the successful look of the collection (photo: haydon perrior)

Mona Elizabeth

After presenting in New York and Paris, designer Elizabeth Brown unveiled a collection that sought to reverse the metaphor of a black swan yearning to become white, to the tune of Michael Ben David's poems.

On the runway, the transformation was from white dresses to black outfits, with the roses added in the middle as a symbol of innocence and hope.

Although the performances were certainly theatrical to the point of being impressive, something in the translation from the inspiration to the performance was not tight enough.

A clean white corset dress characterized by impressive sculptural volumes (photo: haydon perrior)

The styling, under the auspices of stylist Eyal Hajabi, felt too stiff, whether it was in the choice of black platform boots or ornate visor hats.

The looks that stood out for good were those that showcased Victorian aesthetics and period silhouettes from the 18th century in full effect, with which the designer is identified.

For example, a clean white bodice dress that was characterized by impressive sculptural volumes and a wonderful bow trail trailing behind, as well as a dress in a faded peach shade that was decorated with fabric folds and botanical embroidery that presented a wonderful adult model.

This year, most of the shows featured adult models from the modeling agency ProAging Models of Samdar Ganzi.

Especially theatrical clothes.

MonaLizabeth (Photo: Haydon Perrior)

Shankar, Department of Fashion Design

The show of the fashion design department at Shenkar, one of the most respected in the world of fashion, was opened by the model and TV personality Galit Gutman wearing an overall in the color of movement designed by a graduate of the department Lior Schwartzman, on which was emblazoned the inscription "Go to be checked", under the auspices of the association "Bar's House - the Association for Women's Cancer" .

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Students from the 2nd, 3rd and 4th years, from the range of courses offered in the department, took to the runway, and in an exciting demonstration they tore the folders off the models, revealing bold and original designs underneath.

Along with distinct, but stunning conceptual models, the students also presented clothing sets that are completely Ready To Wear;

A three-piece organza suit with powerful shoulders, silly leather clothes, precise monochromatic clothing sets against a checkered tiered dress away from the body or a floral skirt and top with puffed sleeves.

Tear the folders off the models - the display of the design department in Shankar (photo: haydon perrior)

Three-piece organza suit with powerful shoulders (photo: haydon perrior)

Checked long dress far from the body (photo: haydon perrior)

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Precise monochromatic clothing systems - the Shenkar Fashion Design Department (Photo: Public Relations)

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