City Guide: Tel Aviv Lensed By Yaniv Edry

City Guide: Tel Aviv Lensed By Yaniv Edry

City Guide: Tel Aviv Lensed By Yaniv Edry

A photographic hommage to love and life of the historical city.

A photographic hommage to love and life of the historical city.

Photography: Yaniv Edry

Styling: ARYEH LAPPIN

Photographer Yaniv Edry took VMAN around Tel Aviv, Isreal, and created authentic moments that exemplify the love and passion around the city. In an interview, he tells us about the inspiration, and creative process in which was implemented. Find out more below:

V Why did you chose to shoot in Tel Aviv specifically? 

YE Tel Aviv is a city that is constantly renewed, and therefore new places will always come up, but there are places that will always be all time popular staples for the residents of Tel Aviv.

V Why or how does it resonate with you?

YE These are places that for me as a Tel Aviv are nostalgic places but also very contemporary.

V What were some inspirations behind the style and vibe of the shoot? 

YE The inspiration was nowadays Tel Aviv with a wink to the old Tel Aviv of the ‘70s.

V What are some of the emotions of the collective photos? 

YE I chose to photograph Lilia and Noam who are also a couple in life so it was very flowing with a lot of authentic moments between them.

V What does Tel Aviv mean to you? 

YE Tel Aviv is a home for me. But definitely a fascinating and inspiring home. It is a city full of colorful and beautiful people, artists and together with an atmosphere of freedom, sunny sea weather, entertainment, and good restaurants, it creates a very interesting and lively city.

V Has it changed since the pandemic, if so, how?

YE The city has changed a lot during the Corona time like every other place in the world. It was strange to see the city quiet and empty of people, and I hope this period will be over soon

See below for the full series:

Models wear Ermenegildo Zegna XXX throughout.
Credits: Hair: Yaniv Zada

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