PRESS

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November 22, 2022

Juvenile featured on Fashion Israel Magazine

Adolescence is a time of exploration, and as we search for ourselves in dark places, we find our colorful identity. This project is a visual representation of that journey — the way we're always looking for something or someone to guide us, going through millions of colors, until we find a shade we feel warm in."

 

It is a collaboration produced and photographed by Rom Sade with 2 designers from Shenkar High Fashion School in Israel (From a sustainability projecr) a hair & make up professional and a newcomer model.

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September 21, 2022

Sunset Pigments as front cover on KNOW Magazine

Fashion Editorial featuring the beautiful Lemlem Abunie on the cover of KNOW Magazine published in New York, wearing Ester Fruchter, make-up by Yaara Naftali

This photo-series explores the glorious color palette of the different phases of sunset, celebrates deeply saturated, intense colors and some of the most beautiful colors on Earth. these colors are dazzling representations of nature’s beauty. While model Lemlem is a dominant aurora in the middle of the sky.

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June 2, 2022

High on Helium
featured on MOB Magazine

May 20, 2022

Destination X .Insolite editorial featured on FACE Magazine
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March 15, 2022

The Romantization of Consumerism (alter-ago) editorial featured on Red Hot Monde Magazine

A photo series portraying consumerism through romanticized and aestheticized imagery, hyperbolizing its world of commerce and excess.

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January 20, 2022

WELCOME web-editorial featured on Spellbound Magazine
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January 13, 2022

The Mirror Garden featured on DNA Magazine

"Rom Sade’s funky shoot with Sagi is a saturated fever-dream that we never want to wake up from."

- By Joshua Donovan

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January 10, 2022

The Mirror Garden featured on VIGOUR magazine

Back cover & published editorial on January, issue 5