Yahav Ron has been obsessed by fashion since childhood. He has spent hours exploring the world’s best designer boutiques and fashion exhibitions; he collects books, magazines and catalogues and stays up to date on everything there is to know about fashion. Yahav honed his practical skills at the prestigious Fashion Design degree at RMIT University and spent a year in Antwerp, Belgium, working with A.F. Vandevorst and at the MoMu Fashion Museum where he gained first hand experience in the European fashion industry and Paris Fashion Week.
Upon establishing Paris ’99, Yahav continues creating his own original work.
Yahav Ron garments, all made by hand in the studio at Paris ’99, could be described as a combination of nomadic tribal warrior and organic space age futurism without gender or reference. Each piece is made using found fabrics and is truly limited and unique as no one garment is reproduced. Pieces are draped so that they are transformable and every garment can be worn in more than one way.