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Israeli chic

They invest in their wardrobes, worry about making a fashion statement, bring their own personal touch and work on having style. Here are the most chic Israeli celebrities

Pnai Plus

Published:  07.24.07, 16:09 / Israel Culture

1. Galit Gutman

Gutman, Israel's super model and the undisputed queen of chic. Whether she is in denim and flip-flops or designer evening gowns, Galit Gutman proves that a perfect figure and a sophisticated taste are a winning combination.

 

Galit wearing Prada (Photo: Dvir Cahlon)

 


Galit wearing husband (Photo: Roee Haviv) 

 

2. Melanie Peres

European manners, intriguing features and a killer body. Melanie Peres is always dressed to impress. She manages to combine a sense for style with exact nonchalance. Her closet might be the best treasure in Tel Aviv.

 

Peres: A treasure (Photo: Gil Eliyahu)

 


Casual Peres with boyfriend (Photo: Nir Pekin) 

 

3. Adi Ashkenazi

The petite comedian continues to attract attention. In most cases we thank her for her refreshing look.

 

Tons of style (Photo: Sahy Welitz)

 


 Refreshing. (Photo: Anat Mussberg)

 

4. Zion Baruch

This multi-talented comedian, actor, singer dares to flow in style. Every item in his wardrobe is meticulous and updated. He is as sweet as a boy but dresses like a real man.

 

Collectors items (Photo: Anat Mussberg) 

 


Updated (Photo: Elad Dayan) 

 

5. Ronit Elkabetz

Madam Elkabetz worked to improve the local fashion scene with grandiose, theatrical dresses even before Israelis knew what style meant. She continues to wow us with a dramatic, powerful look.

 

Mega style (Photo: Anat Mussberg) 

 


Wearing Mika Bashan designs (Photo: Yaki Halperin)

 

6. Lihi Alon

True, it's easy to be in the top 10 when you are a gorgeous model and a serial heart-breaker. But Lihi Alon manages to maintain a cool look, extremely trendy with a twist. No wonder she launched a career in designing.

 

Out of this world (Photo: Anat Mussberg) 

 


Casual chic (Photo: Harel Rintzler) 

 

7. Ivri Lider

A winning combo of a sensitive geek with a stylistic soul. Lider is a regular in the trendiest boutiques in Israel and abroad and a discoverer of unknown designers. His is a perfect casual look.

 

Sensative geek with style (Photo: Ronen Akerman)

 


Precise (Photo: Roee Haviv)

 

8. Dorit Bar On

Dorit is not your usual instant celebrity. Her climb in the glamour industry has been slow and steady. She is most known for her red hair and tons of style.

 

Red-headed chic (Photo: Ido Eizek)

 


Designers and vintage (Photo: Rafi Daluya)

 

9. Hila Nahshon

If we completely ignore the horrendous chandeliers Hila wears when she hosts "Dancing with the Stars," and focus on her private wardrobe, she definitely deserves a citation.

 

Urban touch (Photo: Rafi Daluya)

 


Doesn't go with the flow (Photo: Rafi Daluya)

 

10. Gil Riva

Lately pink shirts have become the hottest item in every Israeli man's closet. But Gil Riva wore them when we still believed pink was for girls. No doubt, the man is ahead of his time.

  

Ahead of his time (Photo: Eran Lam)

 


Wonderful exaggerations (Photo: Dana Kopel)

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Celle qui nous est demandée chaque jour.

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