Sari lives in Modi’in in the center of Israel. She studied Mathematics which she taught for ten years until her son Elai was born and diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Due to his condition, Sari quit her job and stayed at home to take care of him full time. Being at home allowed her to pursue her passion for art and jewelry design, which played a big part in her life as a child. “Elai returned art to my life, and I’m grateful to him for it.”
Sari’s inspirations are usually connected to strong colors and dominant shapes. She likes “things that have presence, to have a ‘say’”. She usually likes to wear black but her accessories and shoes are what make her stand out. She rarely looks at fashion magazines or style blogs and prefers to buy from boutique art designers due to their uniqueness and innovation.
And if she couldn’t be a more amazing person, Sari will be selling her competition prize and donating the funds to EDEN Kids, a foundation focused on helping children with Elai’s condition.