British fashionistas Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine, the original hosts of the BBC’s popular but now defunct show “What Not to Wear,” visit Israel and discover that the food is great, the people are amazing, but the clothes — not so much.
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Susannah Constantine: “You don’t have the bloody clothes. There’s nothing!”
Trinny Woodall: “When we went on kibbutz, we found this: Because other things have been more important, you know, to build the country up to whatever, that heritage, so you grow up, it’s like, there’s more important things to do than dress up. So, anyway, our message here, superficial as it might sound is: Now that the majority of the shit is over you can actually make an effort."
Ynet has the story (Hebrew) and the video: