Holon Fashion Week 2014

by Anna Kopito | 17.11.14

It’s almost time for the most stylish week in Israel – Holon Fashion Week is taking place from the 24th – 29th November at the Holon Design Museum. Holon Fashion Week is slowly marking itself out as a necessity on the international fashion calendar. In Israel, Holon Fashion Week has become a necessary melting pot of ideas and stunning displays – this year the focus is on inspiration – where does it come from and how can we capture its essence?

Looking at the processes of how collections come to fruition, how every chink of the fashion chain takes shape and forms an integral part of the industry. This Fashion Week offers a delectable schedule of events for anyone fashion forward, fashion conscious or simply as infatuated with contemporary and exciting Israeli design as we are here at Telavivian. With a huge selection of talks on offer from a panel lecture entitled “Be Your Own Google” by senior lectures of Shenkar College, to inspiring discussions from CEOs of hugely important fashion houses. There will be workshops looking at the senses of fashion – how to touch, taste and even smell beautiful design, a gorgeous film screening schedule which includes the Israeli premiere of Lina Plioplyte’s “Advanced Style” (picture above), among other cool events such as The Israeli Fashion Award Ceremony (by invite only), the Fashion TechDate – presenting the most interesting fashion startups in Israel today – and the official party at Kuli Alma on November 26.

This years Holon Fashion Week promises to be even more chic and cutting-edge than the last.

Holon Fashion Week takes place from 24th-29th November 2014 at Holon Design Museum. Days start around 9 and finish late. The conference, workshop and film schedule can be found here.

Written by Francesca Kletz.

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