Monday, June 21, 2010

In a Parisian Hotel Room

About two weeks ago I was invited to the 10 years anniversary celebration of the Israeli designer "Yosef". Yosef is known for creating mostly sophisticated evening wear. The event included Champaign, chocolate and a fashion show…
Yosef presented three lines: the black line, made from a combination of different laces; the gold line, created from crispy gold fabrics and sequins, and my most favorite- the white line, which was made from sheer white fabrics- clean and yet sophisticated. After the show I got a catalog with beautiful photos of the collection and I want to share it with you.
The photos were taken by Dudi Hasson, whose work I absolutely admire. In these photos Dudi captured a few quiet and intimate moments of the model wearing fancy garments in a French luxurious hotel. Besides the photos of the model, there were beautiful Parisian inspiration photos that I am actually considering hanging at my apartment!
Well, see if you like it as much as I do?


  1. beautiful fotos!

  2. Thank you so much for your comment! You have absolutely beautiful images as well!

  3. הקולקציה הזו של יוסף עוצרת נשימה. היא בהחלט אחת הטובות שלו. התמונות נראות נפלא, אירופאיות, נקיות מדיטיילז וקיטש - כמו שאני אוהבת :)
    אחלה פוסט!

  4. I love it! It's clean and sophisticated. The pics look fantastic too.

  5. gorgeous! I adore Dudi's work as well

  6. Great pictures! Love the relaxed glam in them.

  7. These photos filled me with longing. It's pretty much everything I dream about.
    I blogged a few of them on my tumblr, with credit to you guys.

  8. mooar is the creative shop who did the all campaign for yosef
    i loooove their work & magazine


  9. Glad you all loved the photos...
    Adele- Cool, thanks for posting...
    Liat- Great, I'll check it out...

  10. your selection pics is amazing !
    It's been so long !!!
    Hope I'll find time to post from San Diego, my next holiday destination !
    happy holidays !

  11. Gorgeous shots! I love the lace dress she's wearing in the second to last photo, and I would definitely recommend hanging some of the Paris shots in your apartment...they are beautiful! The third to last one has to be my favorite.