Tel Aviv

The Tel Aviv shopping scene is the most varied in the country. It's Israel's fashion capital, and you'll find styles quite different from what you might see back home in terms of design and color. The real pleasure of shopping in Tel Aviv is access to the exciting creations of its cadre of young designers who have made waves around the world. Dizengoff Street, north of Arlozoroff Street, is where you'll find the shops of many of Israel's best-known designers.

If it's crafts and jewelry you're shopping for, Neve Tzedek is the place to go, especially along the main drag of Shabazi Street. Local crafts and jewelry also star in the Tuesday and Friday Nahalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall, where prices can be lower than at regular stores and you can almost always meet the artist who made them. As for Judaica, there are a number of stores on Ben Yehuda and Dizengoff Streets.

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  • 1. Frank Meisler

    A specialist in Jewish fine art and a pioneer in pewter pieces, Frank Meisler has a magical studio and gallery located in the heart of the artist's quarter in Old Jaffa. Here you'll find his regal Judaica as well as a display of caricature sculptures.

    2 Mazel Dagim, 61084, Israel

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  • 2. Zalmania

    Established in 1940, the Zalmania PhotoHouse is the oldest photography shop in Israel and has been family owned and operated for generations. With more than a million negatives documenting Israel’s history, this nostalgic shop sells historical photographs, books, postcards, posters, and gifts, many of which are only found here.

    5 Tchernichovsky St., 63325, Israel

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  • 3. Adina Plastelina

    This gallery and jewelry studio in the heart of Old Jaffa sells handcrafted jewelry in sterling silver, gold, and vermeil, combined with polymer clay in the ancient technique called millefiori, which means "a thousand flowers" in Italian. The combination of metals and modern materials creates an innovative and classy look.

    23 Netiv Hamazalot St., 68037, Israel
  • 4. Asufa

    Asufa, meaning collection, is a shop dedicated to highlighting Israeli designers and artists. Creative and interesting items ranging from clothing and jewelry to books, home design, and Judaica, make this store a great place to buy gifts. 

    212 Dizengoff St., Israel

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  • 5. Bauhaus Center

    The attractive displays of books, maps, posters, furnishings, dishes, and even Judaica, are a reminder that the Bauhaus school of design embraced more than buildings. There's a gallery of changing exhibits related to Bauhaus style and history, and the center organizes both group and private Bauhaus (and other) walking tours.

    77 Dizengoff St., 6433249, Israel

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  • 6. Chomer Tov Ceramics Gallery

    A cooperative of 12 local artists, potters, and jewelry designers, this ceramics gallery on Neve Tzedek's main drag showcases everything from decorative art to Judaica and jewelry. Keep an eye on the events calendar for special exhibitions and festive happenings.

    30 Shabazi St., 65149, Israel

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  • 7. Couple Of

    This shop is known for making beautiful and comfortable shoes for hard-to-fit feet. Whether vintage or modern in style, the carefully crafted footwear is "handmade for walking."

    207 Dizengoff St., 63461, Israel

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  • 8. Hagar Satat

    Weaving together leather with gold and silver, Hagar Satat's jewelry is great for special occasions or everyday wear. Pick up bargain-priced pieces from the outlet store in the trendy Gan HaHashmal fashion neighborhood.

    8 HaHashmal St., 6618710, Israel

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  • 9. Kisim

    This designer is influenced by Japanese origami, which you'll notice in the handbags, clutches, and wallets. The designer's informal style has an elegant twist. One of the bags was famously used by Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City.

    1 Basel St., Israel

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  • 10. Kuchinate

    Kuchinate is an art-based NGO which provides jobs and community for African asylum-seeking women living in Tel Aviv. The crafts have their basis in African cultures and use a variety of mediums to produce items which have been displayed at art museums and other spaces in Israel and abroad. Guests are also welcome to book in for events such as art workshops or traditional tea ceremonies and engage more closely with the work being done to bring different communities together in Israel.

    36 Shabazi St., Israel

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  • 11. Maya Bash

    These designer clothing collections made from wearable cottons and other light materials are great for the Tel Aviv climate. The unique cuts and comfortable materials are making Maya Bash a hit in Germany and Japan as well.

    5 Barzilay St., 6511307, Israel

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  • 12. Raphael

    One of the most pleasant shopping experiences in Tel Aviv, this shop carries a large selection of Judaica, jewelry, and handicrafts by some of the best Israeli artists.

    120 Dizengoff St., 63434, Israel

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  • 13. Rina Zin

    The European cuts of this designer's chic styles are quite sophisticated.

    280 Dizengoff St., 63462, Israel
  • 14. SOHO Design Center

    Carrying pieces by Israeli and international designers, this store is filled to the brim with interesting items, from kitchen accessories to handbags to children's toys.

    Koifman and Ha'Mered Sts., 68012, Israel

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