FabLab, 255A Dizengoff Street, Tel Aviv

by Anna Kopito | 01.06.14

On Dizengoff Street’s most northern part lies FabLab’s redesigned, spacious, new gallery and shop. FabLab carries contemporary and innovative fashion collections, targeted mainly for women. The gallery/shop has two floors that display the company’s many fashionable items, ranging from boots to handbags.

Designed by Paritzki & Liani Architects, FabLab’s thought provoking gallery handles avant-garde fashion. One might say that it is an environment “where fashion meets the arts,” or vice versa. Decorated in pearl-white camouflage, one could mistake the gallery for an alpine army unit’s headquarters, but its arrangement of eclectic clothing would suggest otherwise.

Housing designers such as Comme des Garçons, Christian Peau, Daniela Gregis, Studio Rundholz, Marsell, Ma+, Arts&Science, Antipast, CaseyCasey and Silvano Sasssetti, the gallery’s multi-cultured assortment is a rare gem amidst the vast amount of Tel Avivian boutique galleries, specializing in independent designers from all over the world. If you’re looking for varied, cutting edge fashion or even just an interesting fashion experience, FabLab has all of your needs covered.

255A Dizengoff Street, 03-602 55 69, website.

Photo by Amit Geron
Text by Daniel Arom




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