Israeli Design Museum Celebrates Local Fashion Icon


Heads up, fashionistas! Israel's Design Museum Holon recently unveiled a new exhibition highlighting the life of the late Israeli fashion designer Lea Gottlieb, on display through May 4.

The new exhibition, entitled "Life of the Daisies," offers an in-depth look into the life of Israeli fashion designer Lea Gottlieb based on her private archives. The exhibition also showcases new swimwear designed by Gottex, which was founded by Gottlieb in Tel Aviv in 1956, and offers an intimate look into the minds of local women creators, designers and fashion curators. 

Looking ahead, the "Life of the Daisies" exhibition will be followed by a new exhibition highlighting the works of Israeli architect Ron Arad (who designed the museum), which will open to the public in June 2013.

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