Hello fellow fashion lovers!
In honor of the next Tel Aviv Fashion Week we decided to feature our favorite designers, ones that have completely unique designs and who seem to exist in their own unique universe in the fashion world. The first designer was Liat Ginzburg and this time it is Adi Ashur.
The designer only graduated with a degree in fashion design two years ago and already has impressive range and experience under her belt. We’ve worked with Adi in the past (see post here), every time we see a new collection of her design we are awe-inspired. It’s very rare to see such a young designer with the level of talent, creativity, and craftsmanship that she has.
Adi’s inspiration comes from the circus: everything is about the “show”. The outfit must create a lasting impression that is part of the performance and the drama. There’s no doubt that Adi’s designs leave a lasting impression.
Black and white are the perfect colors for any occasion and every season: from office to evening to casual wear. We love that while Adi’s collection was based on these basic, accessible colors, she made a couture extravaganza out of them.
The first dress Vera wore was actually designed to be a bridal gown, in Adi’s very modern and unique take on what bridal gowns should be. It was hand woven from silk threads and then the designer unraveled the threads in the upper body to create a cut similar to that of a corset.
Rony wore a backless knit top with a high waisted layered skirt with jewel and lace overlay.
For Rony’s second outfit she wore a form fitting dress with a bow tied tulle cape.
If you thought that we always look as fierce as when we’re posing, well… of course we do!
All clothing and accessories: Adi Ashur designs, studded clutch, Jeffrey Campbell shoes.
What We Wear and designer Adi Ashur.
Photos taken at “White City” sculpture garden, designed by famed artist and architect Dani Karavan, in Edith Wolfson park. You may recognize the beautiful scenery from this photoshoot.
V & R