The best part about visiting a new place is coming back with brag swag — that’s stuff to brag about. And with Israel’s unique designers, galleries, and outdoor markets, you might be left reThinking your entire wardrobe.
With a background in industrial design, jeweler Talia Sari sees art in everyday objects. When asked how she came up with the idea for her two-piece lego heart necklace, Talia said, “While I was in a LEGO shop with my boyfriend, I put these two bricks together and gave him my heart.”
Igor’s beautifully bizarre artworks have caught the attention of Pinterest and deviantArt users across the web. This Israeli artist’s works can be found at various exhibitions in Israel and beyond, in addition to the pages of magazines.
The open market in Jerusalem’s old city is essentially a secret treasure trove. With a mix of vintage goods and handmade artisanal finds, the Old City Shuk rivals any hipster thrift shop; even Macklemore would be jealous.
Though based in Israel, Mirit’s work is sold in fashion capitals all over the world, including Paris, Japan, and Hong Kong. Her collections offer everything from jeweled leather shoes to extravagant wedding dresses.