Tali and Netzch – a mother and daughter who have joined forces to establish the unique and

extraordinary brand ,DE MARIONTTE

Their long family history in the fashion industry, with the trade passing down through the generations, makes for a solid foundation for professional cooperation between the two, that began immediately following Netzach’s graduation from Shenkar.

Tali, who had been extensively engaged in the field of fashion, taught image building on behalf of the Ministry of Labour and even managed her own studio in her past, had also specialized in naturopathy and group guidance, but given Netzach’s attraction to fashion and upon her graduation from Shenkar, she experienced a revival of the joy of creation, so this magnificent connection simply had to be formed.

For Netzach, who grew up into the scents of fashion and was exposed to them at her mother’s studio from a very young age, it was only natural that she would chose to study this field thoroughly, and indeed did very well, graduating from Shenkar after 4 years; she was accepted for internship at a fashion house in Munich, and some of her projects were selected for display at a museum in the Spanish city of Bilbao.

Together they share rich experience, perspective and deep understanding of the field, creativity, and great love and passion for fashion, each from her own position and unique point of view.

Paying great attention to each and every detail, they never compromise on quality in the selection of fabrics, consisting mainly of silk, cotton, viscose and linen, as well as the precise formation of the cuts and quality sewing of all garments.

These are also the forces that drive these two designers in their joint creation, that began as with strapsand culminated in a unique collection with a saying and great presence.

The De Marionette style is a combination of classic and romantic touches and sophisticated cuts that celebrate the female body.

Two designers of different ages, each taking the floor to express herself for creating a collection that bridges the generation gap and fits almost every woman who loves and appreciates fashion.

Despite the higher costs incurred, they have opted for manufacturing the garments they design in Israel in solidarity with the textile industry, that over the years has transformed from a grand industry to a fading one, due to the lack of resources and development, as well as the free trade in China.