The photographs for this post were taken in Beit Ha’ir Museum, one of the most remarkable and intriguing museums in Tel Aviv. The historical building is right by my house, and only a five minute walk from my boutique. Recently, in a quick visit to the museum, I discovered a very special exhibition titled Night Stamp – Shirazi at Beit Ha’ir, sealing a year of fashion at Beit Ha’ir.
“An extraordinary exhibition revolving around the icon and the man who formed the nightlife of Tel Aviv, Shimon Shirazi. Through films, displays, fashion garments and a unique visual language – the exhibition will reveal Shirazi's intense activity for over two decades.” (Beit Ha’ir website)
In this post I present the ‘Graphic’ model, a sleeveless blouse made of cotton fabric with a ribbon binding along the collar and the buttoning. The fabric’s background shade is cream, and it has a graphic print of small green mosquitoes.
The ‘A skirt’ is made of mandarin shaded cotton fabric, and has two front pockets and a hidden zipper in the back.
The blouse is also available in other graphic patterns (attached to the sketch above) and in plain cream shaded silk.
The skirt is also available in red, light grey and dark blue.