There are a lot of artistic outlets in Tel Aviv, some are more hip than others. The T-Market is one of the more hip places for the “all ages adult” crowd.
Those who are into retro designs and fashion that you can’t find anywhere else will love the T-Market, supporting local artists allows you to wear art, make a statement and let others know a little bit what you’re about. The atmosphere at this market is much like that of a club; there’s a live d.j., a bar and lots of cool people. In Tel Aviv, a place that is always in some mode of warm, t-shirts are very popular. Tricot (the fabric used to make t-shirts) is being used in unique designs and innovative styles; these garments make for a very comfortable, easy to wear, fashionable wardrobe. It seems to me that t-shirts are fashionable world-wide these days, not so much of a sports garment like they used to be.
At the T-Market, you can find just the right t-shirt to express your personality or issues that may define you.
not sure what the Arabic says…
There are plenty of other things that a hip person might want at the T-Market like retro hats…
The ever so popular, phone covers.
*IMPORTANT NOTE: The definition of someone who is cool or hip (according to my 14 year old daughter who has her finger on the pulse of cool) is:
- someone who uses the word hip is never cool (sigh)
- someone who doesn’t care if their style is different than everyone else’s
- someone who is likeable
- someone who is inspirational
For those of you in or around Tel Aviv who may want to visit the T-Market, it is held every Rosha Shana and Passover in the Barzilai compound, off Ha Mazger Street in Tel Aviv.