Tel Aviv Fashion Week has returned – and this year, the designs are as eye-popping as ever.
As 2019’s theme is diversity, models from all shapes, sizes and backgrounds have been selected to walk the catwalk.
This message was pushed during the Bananhot swimwear show.
Dozens of beautiful runway stars showcased an array of different bikinis – all of which looked stunning on every body type.
Israeli designer Bananhot impressed with its new swimwear collection.
The range, created by moguls Neta Alchimister and Noa Beny, featured plenty of traditional triangle bikinis.
One model showed off her enviable figure in a baby pink two-piece.
The sultry garment tied at the hips, with a bow also holding the top together at the cleavage.
For her second look, the catwalk star opted for a white bikini.
This time, the swimwear featured a rectangular cut-out at the breasts.
But the bikini bottoms were very similar to the previous garment as they have the same high waist fit.
The model was styled with a floaty beach cover-up.
Leopard print detailing adorned the sleeves, while a wild cat illustration could be spotted on the back.
A pair of scrappy heels and hoop earrings completed the show-stopping get-up.
One-piece suits also dazzled at Tel Aviv Fashion Week.
One of these was rocked by Eurovision Song Contest winner Netta Barzilai.
The singing sensation turned heads in a bright yellow cossie.
This one-piece featured a plunging neckline and waist-cinching band.
It was paired with white boots and a palm leaf printed kaftan.
Another stunning swimsuit was rocked by a brunette model.
While the cossie’s neckline boasted a modest neckline, it was was high-cut at the crotch.
This worked to emphasise the runway star’s endless pins.
Bananhot’s leopard print motif was also spotted on this look.
The jungle green one-piece was adorned with a dozen pictures of the wild animals.
Israeli fashion mega-producer Motti Reif is behind Tel Aviv Fashion Week this year.
Ahead of the event, a spokesperson revealed what they hoped to achieve.
They said: “This is the first time that we have joined with Ministry of Economics with the Blue & White headquarters, in order to continue to promote the Israeli fashion industry.
“This year, we continue to promote the changing theme of the ‘ideal of beauty’ with the participation of models of all ages, sizes, heights, colours and religions to continue to take part.
“This important change takes place today in the world and legitimises the fact that fashion belongs to everyone.”