A collection of printed and pleated fabrics for fashion inspired by the

international architecture in Tel Aviv. The pleated prints, sheer fabrics and layering games portray the feeling of walking in the city, the ever changing views and magical moments. The lenticular technique was inspired by Yaacov Agam’s kinetic works that are a part of the Tel Avivian scenery. 

This collection is dedicated to all the people who feel that the architecture in Tel Aviv is a part of their identity.

Designed by Tal Rosenthal                           Cinematography & Editing  Shir Rosenthal                   Hair & Make up  Shir Haim

Models  Meitar Maman, Mika Baruch, Naama Chudzik, Paz Hoberman, Vita Bertman      Music  You're the one by Jordan Burns

 pedestrians 

 Prints 

Digital designs, screen prints and drawings in mixed media 

 3D 

Textile works in 3 dimensions, inspired by origami.

Analog Photography 

Film photography is a hobby of mine. I have a small collection of old and new cameras and I love experimenting with expired rolls of film and exposures.