Hasidic chic is the new black (and white)

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The fashion world sure is unpredictable, in a bizarre twist orthodox Jews are suddenly finding themselves on trend. Some of the most reputable designers are now turning to the Hasidic community for inspiration. While we doubt any serious “chusid” would dress in most of these outfits, they still make really interesting viewing.

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Ricardo Seco – “Alive” – 2013 Collection

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Jean Paul Gaultier – “Chic Rabbis” – 1993 Collection

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Viva! Moda’s – 2012 High Fashion Editorial

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St Bessarion – 2011 Collection

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Alexandre Herchcovitch – 2012 Collection

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Gunhyo Kim – “Hot Hasidim” – 2008 Collection

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L’Officiel – 2012 Editorial

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The Harpers Bazaar – “Black Code” – 2013 Editorial

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Hasidic chic is the new black (and white)