Making a unique, couture piece for a client takes time, devotion, and much thoughtfulness. To create the perfect piece, Elisha draws from a deep connection and understanding between himself and the woman for whom he is creating, thereby producing a piece that is a reflection of who she is. These couture dresses were made for a client in the US over zoom and FaceTime.
Elisha Abargel and Soroka Medical Center are proud to partner on an exclusive and timely project to benefit the children of the Negev.
From his Atelier in Tel Aviv Elisha has created a unique design duo: the perfect white blouse paired with your choice of a colorful signature silk scarf.
Offered together at a very special price,the set adds a touch of haute couture to your pandemic supply kit!
Elisha is generously donating 10% of all sales for this line to support a cause dear to his heart: Soroka Medical Center’s NeoNatal Intensive Care Unit.
With your purchase you are helping Soroka care for its tiniest and most fragile patients - who represent the diversity of Negev Society.
Elisha’s designs are inspired by the energy of Tel Aviv – the city’s colors, sun, blue skies and the Mediterranean Sea. He loves mixing vibrant colours and textures, borrowing fabrics from streetwear and fine lines from tailored looks; he combines traditional craftsmanship with the latest technologies, fusing a romanticism of the past with modern fabrics and a techy feel.
Elisha Abargel, The German Friends of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (TAMAD), the Consulate General of the State of Israel and the concept store Soisblessed collaborated for the first time to create an art and fashion event.
Elisha Abargel’s collection echoes the “Topos 17” style. The motif follows a linear architecture that traces the curves of a woman’s body. The combination of different materials highlights her beautiful curves.