Fashion Week: New line of vintage dresses from 80s fashion trendsetters is on sale in Israel
Two new lines of vintage fashion dresses are on sale for an eye-popping price of 2,000 shekels ($26) each in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
The brand, named Zara, features a range of designer-inspired dresses, ranging from a floral dress with gold thread to a floral blazer.
Zara also carries a line of feminine and masculine dresses, including a gown with a floral lace bodice, a skirt with a lace trim and an elegant gown.
Zara is also the brand that is selling a collection of handmade dresses, which features a variety of styles including simple, sophisticated and high-fashion.
“This is the first time we have done a vintage collection that is available in Israel, so this will be a very interesting way for us to introduce the concept to the Jewish public,” Zara director of marketing and branding Mimi Korsinski said.
The designer’s collection, which includes dresses made from vintage materials and fabrics, has a price tag of 2.3 million shekeles ($3,500).
It was unveiled in October in Tel Hashomer, the Tel Aviv suburb that is the heart of Tel Aviv’s trendy neighborhood, Krasni, and is a favorite among the young generation.
The company plans to carry the line in stores throughout Israel, but Korsinksi said it was also planning to expand the line to the other towns of Tel Hashom and Jerusalem and even into other European countries such as Germany.
Zora also carries the brand’s other signature line of dresses, the Tovah brand, which has been selling vintage fashion since the 1970s.
Tovach is a feminine dress with an lace bodices, skirt, and lace trim.
Zarah, the other new line, includes a line made of women’s vintage clothing, including dresses and dresses in a wide range of colors, as well as jackets.
Zarah, which was founded in 2015, has since expanded into a range in more than 50 countries, including the United States.
The Zarah collection was launched at a fashion show in New York last week.
The collection is set to be available in the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Germany, Belgium, France, Italy and the United Arab Emirates.
“I am excited about the collaboration with Zara.
Zare and I have known each other for several years and I feel honored to have Zara support me in my quest to create an authentic, vintage collection,” said Sari Tzvi, owner of a lingerie store in Jerusalem.
“We have always wanted to create a brand with a vintage aesthetic and a strong commitment to creating authentic, handmade goods.
Zar is the perfect partner to help us with our vision.”