The shop was run by two sisters as a child I'd occasionally buy there, with awe , a delicate embroidery or a small box. I think this is the first place that brought Israel ethnic artifacts.
For years it was the only place where I could find classical Indian flip-flops.
And as with everything that interests me, I involve it in my photos. So I did in Darwish a summer fashion production with an ethnic flair .
The Photo of the trio above was done in the nineties. On Friday I passed the shop and the door was closed. I hope everything is OK. I'd love to visit there again.
* When I wrote the above I was wondering what Ariel ,the guy on the left ,is up to these days , I've always liked him. This morning I bumped into an article about him in Haaretz - he is a successful saxophonist - Ariel Shibolet