Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Among them she included two 60s calenders which I was photographed for during my youth.
As I've described in my August 17th, 2010 post here, at the insistence of the great Israeli design diva of "Maskit", Fini Leitersdorf I had become a "Maskit" house-model on whom Fini created some of her unique gorgeous gowns as well as a sought-after photography model. Among the many ads I was photographed for were several calenders two of which are featured in the monthly "Designer" magz. mentioned above.
One of them is a "Samson Tires" calender in which I'm sitting on top of a car. The other is a "Tseva" (Paint) calender seen here.
This last one is also featured in my album-book "Israel Fashion Art 1948-2008"
"שיכרון עיצובים - אמנות האופנה בישראל" about Israeli Fashion.
I've included it there in the chapter about accessories since it shows the ballerina shoes which were fashionable at the time.
Posted by Nurit Bat-Yaar at 8:36 AM