TYP – All Of It But Me
Each time Tel Avivian electro-pop duo The Young Professionals is launching a new video it is always a celebration of artistic expression, comprises of great music, smart-edgy fashion and uncompromising style.
The duo, Johnny Goldstein and Ivri Lider, is gathering around each production a local super-group of talents, led by creative director Guy Sagy.
Their new video “All Of It But Me” is yet another mind-blowing aesthetic universe, bringing Sagy’s conceptual skills to a new stunning records (and check the credit list below to see the creative team involved).
Director – Guy Sagy
Production Company – Paradiso Filmmakers
Producer – Ariel Pridan
Executive Producer – Ran Harush
Kine Producer – Ziporen Hazum
DOP – Roman Lintzky
Gaffer – Lior Perry
Grip – Golan Kviat
Set Design – Shlomi Sheliger
Editor – Ornit Levy
Stylists – Reuven Cohen & Mazal Hason
Make up Artist – Natasha Denona
Hair Stylist – Liraz Agam
Post Production – Post Office
Choreographer – Avihai Chahm
Pole Dancer – Neta Li Levy
Drummer – Nitzan Goldberg
Male Models – BERNATpm
Female Models – Elinor Shahar Personal Management
Into The Woods
Specializing in mid-century design the Vintage Furniture store in Jaffa flee market is a home for both local and international design treasures. The owner’s passion for Danish design has led creative director Yael Katorza to produce a special catalog, fusing together a mix of local and Scandinavian aesthetics.
Bernhard Willhelm 3000
After the long European round of fashion weeks and the CFDA recent announcement of a new event in New York – there is something refreshing in the way Bernhard Willhelm chose to present his new collection.
Willhelm, known for his non-conformist approach to fashion, is unveiling his Fall 2015 collection at an installation in the MOCA Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles.
Bernhard Willhelm 3000: When Fashion Shows the Danger Then Fashion Is the Danger is a multimedia exhibition comprised not just of clothes, but of video, photography, and a variety of objects that response to issues like climate change and ecological disasters – see more images here). Bernhard Willhelm 3000 is a smart platform to preform fashion and to recreate a dialogue between art and fashion, designers and consumers.
Designer Eliran Nargassi was always fascinated with flights. “From the moment the plane takes off to the moment that the plane is in the air there’s a sense of monotony” says Nargassi. For his Autumn – Winter 2015/16 collection he drew his inspiration from the world of aviation and the experience of seeing the world from different angles.
The collection consists of 20 pieces in a color palette of white, black, grey and navy blue; Includes button down shirts in a classic fit, semi-tailored long sleeved tops, harem and skinny pants, Bermuda shorts and tailored wool jackets. The collection was made in a variety of fabrics such as cotton, cotton jersey, wool and thin scuba. In addition several pieces were printed with engineered digital graphics.
Accomplished Tel Avivian publisher-editor Avia Ben David has always managed to challenge mainstream media, even when being part of it. Now she takes her niche cultural online magazine Primadona, defying popular assumptions about the death of print, and publishing Primadona’s first issue - an intelligent print work with a refreshing look on contemporary masculinity.
“CLICHES – Confucius said that without sensitivity and respect there is no difference between humans and animals. In the same breath one can refer to Lana Turner’s words that A gentleman is simply a patient wolf. The Israeli mentality is exaggerating proportionately the status of men, sanctifying contradicting values such as bravery and courage on one hand and socialistic prudence on the other.
This mentality manifests with a nonchalant attire that helps you blend in, much before normcore was a trend. The Israeli man is a collection of melancholic contradictions, who is waiting to be released from the chains of the militaristic patriarchal apparatus and to express other things that mostly non-hetero-normative people can express.”
You can find the magazine in various bookstores around the city.
All images below (and the cover above) styled and photographed by Aviv Avramov.