Northeast Ohio is rich with arts and cultural institutions, and one of the region’s treasures has long been the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage. Captivating exhibitions and stimulating programming make every trip to the museum compelling, and you can make a fashion statement during your next visit with these frame-worthy fall looks.
Fashion coordinator: Julia Brown
Hair and makeup: Elizabeth Cook
Photographer: Casey Rearick / Casey Rearick Photo
Home: Downtown Cleveland
Synagogue: Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple
Work: Cosmetologist at Dino Palmieri Salon and Spa in Woodmere
Taylor wears a black leather double-breasted bracelet-sleeve jacket by Bagatelle, print Anouk blouse with art deco inspired floral print and mutton sleeves by Veronica Beard and skinny high-waist Barbara jean in gray wash with dark gray stripe on side of legs, all from Kilgore Trout in Woodmere; purse by Sondra Roberts from Bonnie’s Goubaud in Woodmere; and black boots from Forever 21 are her own
Home: Cleveland Heights
Synagogue: Oheb Ze dek-Cedar Sinai Synagogue
School: Majoring in psychology at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland
Sonja wears a pale plum lambskin leather Moto jacket by Bagatelle, sheer bell-sleeve blouse by Only Hearts and black high-rise skinny jeans by Veronica Beard, all from Kilgore Trout; Star of David necklace and booties by Franco Sarto are her own
Synagogue: Solon Chabad
Work: Marketing consultant at Brandmuscle in Cleveland
Zach wears a wool and cashmere hooded vest by Eleventy, electric blue plaid shirt by Cultukata and navy blue cotton stretch pant by Eleventy (also on Page 28), all from J3 Clothing Company in Moreland Hills; black shoes by Rock Republic (seen on Page 28) and
Synagogue: Park Synagogue
Work: Entrepreneur in sustainable agriculture
Benji wears a bomber jacket by Belstaff, lightweight flannel shirt by Ordean
and colored jeans by Paige, all from J3 Clothing Company; brown shoes by Steve Madden and belt are his own
Benji wears a dark blue jacket by Selected Homme, box-print shirt by Ordean and stretch cotton pants by Meyer, all from J3 Clothing Company
Taylor wears a half-shoulder silk blouse by Ramy Brook, light gray denim by Black Orchid, both from Fringe Boutique in Moreland Hills; and a heart pendant from Bonnie’s Goubaud
Zach wears a private-label plaid and windowpane jacket by J3, a burgundy shirt by Stenströms and stretch wool travel pants by Meyer, all from J3 Clothing Company; belt his own.
Sonja wears a navy blue Paris dress by Ramy Brook and carries a printed silk scarf by Johnny Was, both from Fringe Boutique; purse by Coach is her own.
Taylor wears a geometric-patterned long-sleeve dress by Sandra Darren from Bonnie’s Goubaud
Benji wears a blue pullover sweater by Autumn Cashmere, print shirt by Emmanuel Berg and brown cargo pants by Hiltl
Zach wears a zip jacket by Autumn Cashmere, button-down shirt by Gianetto Portofino and brown pants by Mason’s all from Kilgore Trout
Sonja wears a gray choker sweater with chiffon sleeves by Ramy Brook from Fringe Boutique; skinny high-rise, dark-wash jeans by Veronica Beard from Kilgore Trout; and bracelets by Andrew Hamilton Crawford and black oval ring by BeJe Designs all from Bonnie’s Goubaud.
Benji wears a double-breasted sport coat by Z Zenga, gingham shirt by Emmanuel Berg, white pocket square by R. Hanauer and five-pocket twill pants by Hudson, all from Kilgore Trout Zach wears a check sport jacket by Z Zenga, print shirt by Etro, patterned pocket square by Etro and navy blue pants by PT05, all from Kilgore Trout
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Through moving stories of Jewish immigration and perseverance, a wealth of interesting artifacts, compelling exhibitions and insightful examination of present-day Cleveland and Israel, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage seeks to introduce visitors to the beauty and diversity of that heritage in the context of the American experience. It promotes an understanding of Jewish history, religion and culture, and it builds bridges of tolerance and understanding with those of other religions, races, cultures and ethnic backgrounds. In addition, the Maltz Museum is also home to The Temple-Tifereth Israel Gallery, which is the fourth-oldest museum of Judaica in the United States, and features striking architecture that incorporates 126 tons of Golden Jerusalem limestone and a wall of remembrance.