Marie Claire Magazine hosted, for the 11th time, the Marie Claire Fashion Days, one of the most important events in fashion bringing together Hungarian Fashion and Hungarian Designers. The event showcased more than 30 different Hungarian Fashion Designers.
The event happened on three different days, starting on Friday, November 22nd. The Friday Night was a special night only for professionals and special guests, the following days were opened for guests and for everyone who wanted to buy tickets for the event.
CAKO decided to bring, for the Spring/Summer 2020 collection, a lightness focused on the choice of fabrics, beige and yellow tones dominate the collection. Lots of movement and a feeling of lightness for the European summer.
CELENI also brought lightness and delicacy to the Spring/Summer 2020 catwalks. Light shades of blue and off white dominated the brand’s catwalk, bringing back a very light yet classy summer.
Maison Elysian decided to bring some Parisian style to the runway this year. Lots of movement and also light fabrics are a must for the next Spring/Summer season, why not some glitter and sparkling fabrics as well? TOMCSANYI brought lots of colors and also some genderless outfits, which I loved, also the styling with the handmade sunglasses were impeccable. They’re are focused on modern and contemporary women.
NORA SARMAN is a bridal brand that makes the most beautiful bridal dresses. The S/S20 Collection is modern and classic at the same time, she’s bringing different tones like salmon, off white and beige tones for all the modern brides that want to go out of the box, some models were walking bare feet and gave us the feeling of a wedding at the beach. Also, a beautiful work of art with the headpieces that are all handmade by VECSEI Millinery, a headpiece brand that makes incredible pieces all by hand, I’ve had the chance to met her in person and her work is extremely perfect.
NUBU is a contemporary brand that brings together minimal and genderless style. The neutral tones mixed with some pop of orange and red, the straight lines and the layering are gorgeous. Oversized pieces and pleated fabrics are a must for the S/S20 European summer, don’t you think?