a bit about Noa
What do you do and why do you do it?
I am a fashion design student of and bedroom DJ . I’m trying to make the world more colorful and happy place to be in.
What TV show is a must watch?
Orange Is the New Black is the most genuine and touching series on screen.
What’s the best karaoke song of all times?
It has to be “lose yourself” by Eminem.
Which movie have you watched more than 3 times?
Mean Girls is my bible (on Wednesday I wear pink).
Have you ever cried while reading a book? Which one?
I cry at every opportunity, I don’t remember when was the last time but I definitely remember I shed tears When Dumbledore died in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Are you a planned or a spontaneous shopper? What’s your go-to store in Tel-Aviv?
I’m always looking for the most special items no one else has, it will always be colorful, patterned, or glittering. The coolest clothes I I have I find on the flea market floor, and Asos is always in my heart. And when I’m in the mood I also sew and design for myself.
What’s the one place in Tel-Aviv that you’re sure only you truly appreciate?
I am the Queen of hummus. If you’re into it, I’ll take you over the rainbow to the best hummus spot in Jaffa.
What’s your dream job?
My dream job is a fashion brand of my own. I like being the boss. But I still have a lot to learn to get there.
What’s your favorite vacation city in the world and why?
I was in Japan and it is the most amazing place I visited in my short life. Every day I promise myself to go back there. Their Incredible culture has inspired me.
Where do you go in Tel-Aviv if you have two hours to kill?
Without a doubt humus and then to the sea If you can eat your hummus at the sea then this is probably the most perfect day ever.
What’s the thing you LOVE to do in Tel-Aviv but never actually do?
I love hip hop parties but fashion design studies are tough.
Who’s your hero and where would you take them out for a bite or a drink in Tel-Aviv?
I’ll take Beyonce to drink a fruit shake, my treat.
If you were given a choice, mayor of which neighborhood in Tel-Aviv would you be?
Flea market, but just because I want to buy everything there.
What’s the place in Tel-Aviv you’ll never be caught dead in?
Meat restaurants and fish stalls. No thank you, I prefer smoothies.
Where do you and your drinking buddies meet for a casual night out in Tel-Aviv?
Looking for good hip hop parties, sitting in the shaffa bar, going to the “Block” to a gay party with a lot of Britney Spears songs and obviously finishing the night with veggie Burger somewhere.
Where would you go in Tel-Aviv to celebrate the best news EVER!?
Nanuchka. I always celebrate there, even when there is no reason.
It’s a Saturday night and the mood is right – where do you go in Tel-Aviv to party?
There are good Hip Hop parties at Passage and the Block, but the best parties take place at my home – you’re all invited.
It’s your last day in Tel-Aviv – how do you spend your time?
Eat hummus and go to the beach. But I’ll never leave Tel Aviv.
What’s the one place a first-time visitor in Tel-Aviv can’t miss?
Hummus. No matter where.