Combining innovation, creative and managerial skills, Alla Eizenberg is an achieved fashion designer with 14 years of experience in women’s and men’s prêt-à-porter luxury lines. In 2006 Eizenberg founded Maison Rouge Homme, contemporary menswear brand, which she led as a chief designer, simultaneously with holding a faculty position in Shenkar Institute of Engineering and Design (Israel) which she graduated six years earlier. Living and working in Italy, Israel and France contributed to Alla’s progressive international approach to fashion, bringing together classical tailoring techniques and innovative contemporary fashion concepts. Eizenberg is also passionate about her collaboration with a world-famous choreographer Ohad Naharin, designing stage costumes for Bat-Sheva dance company and Naharin’s works in US, Canada, Finland, Spain, Germany and England.
Since 2010 Alla Eizenberg has been living in NYC where she is holding design faculty position with Parson’s School of Design and at the moment completing her Master’s degree in Fashion Studies.
Fashion Practices (Fall 2019)
Thesis 1 (Fall 2019)