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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

The Kippah Is Back

For many of my Jewish friends, wearing a Kippah over the last ten years has usually meant wearing a kippah provided for by bride or groom or the parents at the bar mitzvah. Of course, there are far more items on the Jewish calendar that are enjoyed by Jews but as a gentile I don't really get invited to them.

I decided to embark on an experiment, one which I think will prove to be a success. Our kippahs are not the $2 types. We intend to use the best silk from Como,Italy and the best linings to finish our yarmulkes and over the coming weeks we will release our first batch in various solid colours and limited edition prints from Le Noeud Papillon Sydney. But first, here is our prototype that we we have started working on.




2 comments:

  1. there are lots of store selling kippahs but this one is really adorable and looks in high quality... you can also check www.bestkippah.com this is where i usually buy kippahs online

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  2. it became the accepted custom for all Jewish men to wear a kippah at all times, and especially during prayer. As with all Jewish customs, once they become a universally accepted Jewish practice, they become halachically obligatory.
    Custom kippahs
    Thanks!

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