This micro-boutique of delicate Japanese fashions occupies a humble corner of the larger Hibino shop/design gallery.
Sketch is the first Israeli label to specifically—and elegantly—target the nation’s well-dressed men.
This light-filled gallery is an artisan collective specializing in handmade ceramics from a small roster of local talents who create and display their wares in a highly curated environment.
On the grounds of what was once a thriving German Templar Colony, the Sarona Compound–a neighborhood-sized open-air commercial center with boutiques, high-end restaurants, and manicured gardens–has sprouted.
Jaffa Flea Market (Shuk HaPishPushim)
By day, the Jaffa Flea Market is a maze of bric-a-brac, genuine antiques and wizened peddlers announcing their wares in competing singsongs and shouts.
Since opening in late 2010, HaTachana (Hebrew for “the station”) has become an unexpectedly charming urban-regeneration success.
Comme Il Faut
One of Israel’s oldest design houses, Comme Il Faut’s all-female team has set the standard for avant-garde power fashion in Israel.
One of the city’s best and most extensive boutiques, this chic shop in the heart of Tel Aviv’s shopping district offers a great cross-selection of Israeli designers paired with curated vintage pieces from across the globe.
Just on the outskirts of Jaffa’s Flea Market sits One Bedroom, a gorgeous housewares store packed with sweet and surprising knick-knacks and home goods.