Photo: Isri Halpern. Design: Menusi-Benoish. Styling: Nurit Bat-Yaar

Photo: Isri Halpern. Design: Menusi-Benoish. Styling: Nurit Bat-Yaar
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Israeli Fashion Posters in New Exhibit. Alber Elbaz about Nurit Bat-Yaar @ "Israel Fashion Art"

In Genesis' story of creation Tuesday is marked as a special day since on that day G-d said twice "Good". Hence, till our times Tuesday is considered to be an especially  good day. This particular Tuesday was indeed such a day for me. Not one but 2 good things relating to the album-book occurred.

The first one: "Israel Fashion Art 1948-2008" FACEBOOK FAN CLUB reached its 1600th fan. To mark this special occasion I uploaded Alber Elbaz's forward to the book in which he recalls our very first meeting when he was just an 18 years old soldier.
Among other things he kindly writes that I was his oracle when he made his first steps on the fashion arena and that I opened for him the window to a dream world.
Thanks so much dear Alber.

Alber Elbaz' forward to the album-book "Israel Fashion Art 1948-2008"

The second one: Sociologist and author Prof. Oz Almog announced the opening of an exhibition of my 60s fashion, ads, and poster photos in his website:
  אלבומי תמונות - אנשים ישראל :
תערוכה מרתקת של נורית בת יער על ראשית תעשיית האופנה הישראלית אצלנו "באנשים ישראל". כולכם מוזמנים לקרוא ולצפות

נורית בת-יער, מחברת הספר "שיכרון עיצובים – אמנות האופנה בישראל 1948-2008", מוכרת לרבים כעיתונאית וחוקרת אופנה. אבל לקריירה התקשורתית קדמה קריירה עשירה בתחום הדוגמנות. בריג'יט בארדו, שפרצה לתודעה בשלהי שנות החמישים של המאה העשרים, השפיעה על ענף הפרסום והאופנה בארץ. "לוק" האישה-ילדה השובב-צעיר של בארדו

Among some magazine covers, a postcard, and other black & white as well as color photos there are four pictures from the book  "שיכרון עיצובים - אמנות האופנה בישראל 1948-2008" Three of them of "Maskit" handwoven and embroidered creations.
Thanks very much dear Prof. Oz Almog and Dr. Tamar Almog.

Hand embroidered little black dress, handwoven fabric and a rug. all by Maskit. Model: Nurit Bat-Yaar.
Photo from the book "Israel Fashion Art 1948-2008" now on exhibit

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