We are a couple in both work and life, creating our collections at a kibbutz in northern Israel where we live with our three children.
At Holyland Civilians, we strive to make a positive impact on the world. We work towards creating a more just and compassionate society by embodying the values of unity and love and recognizing the inherent holiness in each individual.
Some of our notable collections and projects have included “Working Class Hero,” a capsule collection created in collaboration with Ata, a local heritage workwear brand, offering a unique approach to historical designs; “Tohu Wa Bohu,” a collection inspired by the Book of Genesis and the landscapes of the Dead Sea; and “Village Craft,” a collaboration with the iconic Maskit Fashion House.
As residents of the Holy Land, a place that holds great significance for many religions, our goal is to create a society where every individual is accepted and valued, regardless of their background or beliefs.
By focusing on initiatives that promote positive transformation in our immediate communities, we can begin to create a ripple effect that spreads outwards and inspires others to join us in working toward a more harmonious and inclusive world.
Rather than solely focusing on creating trendy clothes, we prioritize telling a story and sending a message through our designs. It requires a great deal of creativity and effort to make sure our fashion pieces also carry a meaningful impact. However, we firmly believe that fashion can be a powerful tool for spreading awareness and inspiring change, and this has motivated us to persevere in our mission despite the obstacles we have encountered.
We aspire for our clothing line to serve as a bridge between individuals, a language that helps connect and unify. We envision a future where our clothing serves as a means of communication and connection, promoting a greater sense of understanding and compassion between people.