Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 24, 2005
Company owner, Rina Baraz, has created Diaspora Girl (http://www.diasporagirl.com) to fill the spiritual needs of Jewish females without offending their sense of style.
Now, a woman can daven in a kippah (also known as a yarmulke) that is expressly tailored to her individual taste. Now, a Bat Mitzvah can stand at the bimah with the congregation wondering where she got her cute, funky kippah.
The twelve kippot currently being offered by Diaspora Girl are so hip, she can wear hers while she hangs out with friends or is whisked away on a romantic evening with her special beau!
Each kippah is hand-crocheted from yarn that is either a soft cashmere Â cotton blend or a shiny mercerized cotton. Each kippah is adorned with a beautiful ribbon or trim that can easily be accessorized with any outfit.
Up to now, many Jewish women and girls have had a hard time expressing their commitment to their faith in a style that mirrors their personal fashion sense. Stuff is out there but it's been hard to find stuff that is both cool and feminine. One reason for this is the proliferation of companies dedicated to meeting the needs of Jewish men and the scarcity of ones dedicated to the faithful female.
Young mothers, ladies and Bat Mitzvahs now have a choice. They don't have to pin a little doilie to their heads any longer. No need to try and squeeze into a fashion created for the opposite sex. Now they have their own line of kippot dedicated to preserving their style while they express their spirit.
About Diaspora Girl:
Conceived by watching the terrible kippot worn by women in a Los Angeles synagogue, Diaspora Girl was born in a little gift shop in Israel when company owner, Rina Baraz browsed through some merchandise and spotted something that eventually grew into Diaspora Girl.
Rina Baraz, owner
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