Tel Aviv's Neveh Tzedek neighborhood
Photo: Ronit Svirsky

Vogue praises Tel Aviv

First Hebrew city conquers leading French fashion magazine

PARIS – The leading fashion magazine Vogue dedicates three flattering articles to Israel and the city of Tel Aviv in its new issue.


The first Hebrew city is defined by Vogue as "a suitable place of refuge for the young fashionable French woman desiring a vacation."


According to the magazine editors, in spite of its advanced age, Tel Aviv is a vigorous and exciting city, full of style, and its guests always feel at home there.


The restaurants recommended by the monthly magazine include Benny Hadayag, which "serves joyful, homemade food", Mul Yam, described by the magazine as "the best in the country", Nana, and the Suzanna café at the Neveh Tzedek neighborhood.


Not far from there resides "romantic" Jaffa, which is home to one of the world's ancient harbors, and "the electrifying flea market which provides 100% charm."


Another article in the magazine is dedicated to Israeli author Alona Kimhi, whose book 'I, Anastasia' is being published these days in French.


And finally, in another article, Vogue presents Israel as a literature republic and invites its readers to take a trip to the land of words, with authors A. B. Yehoshua, Meir Shalev, and David Grossman and others.


News agencies contributed to this report


פרסום ראשון: 01.28.08, 11:35
 new comment
This will delete your current comment