Check out the fashions sported by Jewish celebrities at the Golden Globes. Some were looking sharp while others made some mistakes.
Israeli designer Idan Cohen not only made his Fashion Week debut this season, but he also made Fashion Week history by getting married under the tents.
Her name could quite easily have been on display at Yad Vashem. Instead it appeared on “Sex and the City.”
Pamela Anderson wants Israel to go fur-free.
In the past 10 years there has been an influx of quality nail and beauty salons opening up in Tel Aviv.
Danit Peleg and her 3D-printed clothes will appear on Tyra Banks’s new talk show FABLife on October 12.
It’s no secret that the Dead Sea has been a destination for adventure and health enthusiasts for generations.
Dolce & Gabanna may have just released its first abaya collection, but H&M took things in a more Jewish direction and released the 'tallit scarf.'
Diane von Furstenberg's iconic wrap dress, which launched in 1974, is celebrating its 40th anniversary at DVF's "Journey of a Dress" Exhibition.
A new luxury watch set for release this year will have some decidedly Hebrew influence.
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