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Color #3

Color #3 - 2 days ago

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Color #2 - 5 days ago

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Color #1

Color #1 - 6 days ago

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Luciana Rey Leyes @lucianareyleyes modelling Fall collection of Elisha Abargel @elishaabargel (Fashion Designer).
Make up: Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph

Luciana Rey Leyes @lucianareyleyes modelling Fall collection of Elisha Abargel @elishaabargel (Fashion Designer). Make up: Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph - 8 days ago

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Luciana Rey Leyes @lucianareyleyes modelling Fall collection of Elisha Abargel @elishaabargel (Fashion Designer).
Make up: Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph

Luciana Rey Leyes @lucianareyleyes modelling Fall collection of Elisha Abargel @elishaabargel (Fashion Designer). Make up: Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph - 10 days ago

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Luciana Rey Leyes @lucianareyleyes modelling Fall collection of Elisha Abargel @elishaabargel (Fashion Designer).
Make up: Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph

Luciana Rey Leyes @lucianareyleyes modelling Fall collection of Elisha Abargel @elishaabargel (Fashion Designer). Make up: Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph - 12 days ago

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Image from “Story of Three Halves” (Boorklyn NY, October 2016). The works in the exhibition is 
using “half-frame” composition, which was in wide use in the 1960s. This median format was a 
development of the Olympus Pen camera, which produced twice as many photographs from each 
roll of film by halving the 35mm film format. A “half frame” is like a canvas that has been cut in 
two in order to put in another photograph that is sometimes a story in its own right, while at other 
times it complements the story in the other half. The somewhat exotic “half-frame” camera is the 
inspiration for the relationship between two “halves” of the story.

Image from “Story of Three Halves” (Boorklyn NY, October 2016). The works in the exhibition is using “half-frame” composition, which was in wide use in the 1960s. This median format was a development of the Olympus Pen camera, which produced twice as many photographs from each roll of film by halving the 35mm film format. A “half frame” is like a canvas that has been cut in two in order to put in another photograph that is sometimes a story in its own right, while at other times it complements the story in the other half. The somewhat exotic “half-frame” camera is the inspiration for the relationship between two “halves” of the story. - 13 days ago

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Image from “Story of Three Halves” (Boorklyn NY, October 2016). The works in the exhibition is 
using “half-frame” composition, which was in wide use in the 1960s. This median format was a 
development of the Olympus Pen camera, which produced twice as many photographs from each 
roll of film by halving the 35mm film format. A “half frame” is like a canvas that has been cut in 
two in order to put in another photograph that is sometimes a story in its own right, while at other 
times it complements the story in the other half. The somewhat exotic “half-frame” camera is the 
inspiration for the relationship between two “halves” of the story.

Image from “Story of Three Halves” (Boorklyn NY, October 2016). The works in the exhibition is using “half-frame” composition, which was in wide use in the 1960s. This median format was a development of the Olympus Pen camera, which produced twice as many photographs from each roll of film by halving the 35mm film format. A “half frame” is like a canvas that has been cut in two in order to put in another photograph that is sometimes a story in its own right, while at other times it complements the story in the other half. The somewhat exotic “half-frame” camera is the inspiration for the relationship between two “halves” of the story. - 14 days ago

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Image from “Story of Three Halves” (Boorklyn NY, October 2016). The works in the exhibition is 
using “half-frame” composition, which was in wide use in the 1960s. This median format was a 
development of the Olympus Pen camera, which produced twice as many photographs from each 
roll of film by halving the 35mm film format. A “half frame” is like a canvas that has been cut in 
two in order to put in another photograph that is sometimes a story in its own right, while at other 
times it complements the story in the other half. The somewhat exotic “half-frame” camera is the 
inspiration for the relationship between two “halves” of the story.

Image from “Story of Three Halves” (Boorklyn NY, October 2016). The works in the exhibition is using “half-frame” composition, which was in wide use in the 1960s. This median format was a development of the Olympus Pen camera, which produced twice as many photographs from each roll of film by halving the 35mm film format. A “half frame” is like a canvas that has been cut in two in order to put in another photograph that is sometimes a story in its own right, while at other times it complements the story in the other half. The somewhat exotic “half-frame” camera is the inspiration for the relationship between two “halves” of the story. - 15 days ago

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Light dress #6

Light dress #6 - 19 days ago

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Light dress #5

Light dress #5 - 20 days ago

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Light dress #4

Light dress #4 - 21 days ago

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Light dress #3

Light dress #3 - 24 days ago

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Light dress #2

Light dress #2 - 26 days ago

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Light dress #1

Light dress #1 - 27 days ago

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Baraka is a new shoe collection designed in Tel-Aviv and manufactured in Hebron. Each pair has an embroidered blessings on it- that follows you wherever you go! 
Bless yourself and your loved ones with good health, love and wealth. 
Support Boota : link in profile 
Design: May Hazan @clothe_byclothe 
Shoe Design: Gal Shukroon @boota_shoes_by_gal_shukroon 
Models: Amit Goldshtein @_amitgold , May Hazan and Gal Shukroon @galshuka 
Hair: Gil Dabush
Make-up: Shirel Yafe and Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph 
Styling: Esti Beitel @beitelesti 
Vintage props: Meirav Chen
Fashion producer: Adi Tzarfaty @aditzarfaty

Baraka is a new shoe collection designed in Tel-Aviv and manufactured in Hebron. Each pair has an embroidered blessings on it- that follows you wherever you go! Bless yourself and your loved ones with good health, love and wealth. Support Boota : link in profile Design: May Hazan @clothe_byclothe Shoe Design: Gal Shukroon @boota_shoes_by_gal_shukroon Models: Amit Goldshtein @_amitgold , May Hazan and Gal Shukroon @galshuka Hair: Gil Dabush Make-up: Shirel Yafe and Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph Styling: Esti Beitel @beitelesti Vintage props: Meirav Chen Fashion producer: Adi Tzarfaty @aditzarfaty - 28 days ago

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Baraka is a new shoe collection designed in Tel-Aviv and manufactured in Hebron. Each pair has an embroidered blessings on it- that follows you wherever you go! 
Bless yourself and your loved ones with good health, love and wealth. 
Support Boota : link in profile 
Design: May Hazan @clothe_byclothe 
Shoe Design: Gal Shukroon @boota_shoes_by_gal_shukroon 
Models: Amit Goldshtein @_amitgold , May Hazan and Gal Shukroon @galshuka 
Hair: Gil Dabush
Make-up: Shirel Yafe and Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph 
Styling: Esti Beitel @beitelesti 
Vintage props: Meirav Chen
Fashion producer: Adi Tzarfaty @aditzarfaty

Baraka is a new shoe collection designed in Tel-Aviv and manufactured in Hebron. Each pair has an embroidered blessings on it- that follows you wherever you go! Bless yourself and your loved ones with good health, love and wealth. Support Boota : link in profile Design: May Hazan @clothe_byclothe Shoe Design: Gal Shukroon @boota_shoes_by_gal_shukroon Models: Amit Goldshtein @_amitgold , May Hazan and Gal Shukroon @galshuka Hair: Gil Dabush Make-up: Shirel Yafe and Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph Styling: Esti Beitel @beitelesti Vintage props: Meirav Chen Fashion producer: Adi Tzarfaty @aditzarfaty - 1 month ago

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Baraka is a new shoe collection designed in Tel-Aviv and manufactured in Hebron. Each pair has an embroidered blessings on it- that follows you wherever you go! 
Bless yourself and your loved ones with good health, love and wealth. 
Support Boota : link in profile 
Design: May Hazan @clothe_byclothe 
Shoe Design: Gal Shukroon @boota_shoes_by_gal_shukroon 
Models: Amit Goldshtein @_amitgold , May Hazan and Gal Shukroon @galshuka 
Hair: Gil Dabush
Make-up: Shirel Yafe and Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph 
Styling: Esti Beitel @beitelesti 
Vintage props: Meirav Chen
Fashion producer: Adi Tzarfaty @aditzarfaty

Baraka is a new shoe collection designed in Tel-Aviv and manufactured in Hebron. Each pair has an embroidered blessings on it- that follows you wherever you go! Bless yourself and your loved ones with good health, love and wealth. Support Boota : link in profile Design: May Hazan @clothe_byclothe Shoe Design: Gal Shukroon @boota_shoes_by_gal_shukroon Models: Amit Goldshtein @_amitgold , May Hazan and Gal Shukroon @galshuka Hair: Gil Dabush Make-up: Shirel Yafe and Leehe Ralph @beautybyralph Styling: Esti Beitel @beitelesti Vintage props: Meirav Chen Fashion producer: Adi Tzarfaty @aditzarfaty - 1 month ago

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