Terrible Angels–Hailing from Israel, Shenkar College of Engineering and Design graduate Nadav Fink presents his final collection, inspired by a fusion of Rilke’s Terrible Angels and Tony Kushnir’s Angels in America. Taking Rilke’s vision of an angel as both savior and destroyer, while also keeping in mind Kushnir’s angel, who warns humans against progression in light of the destruction of heaven, Fink envisions his own angel. Encompassing the tension between the divine and earthly ambitions, a beautiful range bursts forth with elongated silhouettes and delicate draping. From dark rich blacks to sinful reds, Fink plays an adventurous hand, exploring shape and fit with the results, rendering the range quite androgynous. Where long slender shirting options meld with voluminous outerwear, the final lineup shows a promising start on the path to a formal design identity. / Photography by Asaf Einy.