A unique joint project will be presented by Russian Couturier Valentin Yudashkin and Israeli designer David Roitman on January 31, 2019. For the first time in history, they managed to create a collection that combines fashion, culture and traditions.
On the roof of Yeshivas Aish HaTorah in Jerusalem sits the world's largest mezuzah: almost two meters tall and roughly 200 kilograms in weight; it can be seen from afar thanks to dozens of LED screens and pyrotechnic display.
Exotic animal leather Judaica sold in Jerusalem raised ire of animal rights activists, confiscated by Nature and Parks Authority
Curious locals and journalists rushed to a Judaica store in the Old City here to marvel at the new luxury-marketed crocodile, python and cowhide Jewish head coverings. An ostrich edition was said to be coming soon.
Last week, the government confiscated the kippahs as illegally imported wild animal products.
'Fifth Quarter' Judaica store in Jerusalem's Old City sells new line of kippot made of exotic animal skins, such as alligator and python, priced at thousands of shekels; ‘People wearing Gucci suits will want high-end kippah to go with it,’ says store's owner.
The David Roytman brand is one of the most recognizable brands in modern Judaica. Arguably, he was the first to bring the elements of high fashion and luxury into a traditional world of Jewish attributes, making it much more lucrative and diverse. Today we are talking with David Roytman, a native of Odessa (Ukraine) and founder of Luxury Judaica lifestyle brand.
A new Judaica company in Jerusalem is publishing a line of luxury domes. How prestigious? Let's say that if the price of an average skullcap (black, white or knitted) ranges from a few tens of shekels to a few hundred, the new kippot will be purchased by several thousand.