This micro-boutique of delicate Japanese fashions occupies a humble corner of the larger Hibino shop/design gallery.
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.
This massive shop has the distinction of being Tel Aviv’s first ever design concept store, and it’s 350 square feet of housewares and interior design products continues to delight.
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.