In the middle of going back and forth from university classes to my part-time job, I’ve still managed to participate in one of my dearest events – fashion week. As I’m utterly in love with clothes and style, for me the aesthetics and artsy vibes are beyond important for the spiritual feeding. And right after receiving my press accreditation, I took the tram which goes alongside the Danube river with amazing view and arrived at Várkert Bazár.
Street style and the people in general who arrive at those kind of events play a huge role in terms of overall impression and common idea. And as much as I’m regretting to say this, I wasn’t impressed at all. Who am I to judge but compared to what I’m used to see during Tbilisi fashion weeks, this was something I have never experienced. And in order to attend a show, one has to buy a ticket? That means anybody has an access, while in Georgia, guests are getting special invitations from the designers, so the audience is always appropriate and well-known.
However, let’s get to the designers. Unfortunately, I was able to attend only 2 shows because of my tight schedule, but one of them was my all time favorite Nanushka! I’ve been loving this brand for ages already, and as I’ve never thought before, designer is Hungarian – Sandra Sandor. Of course, I loved all the pieces and vibes of the whole collection as the style of the brand is more inspired by simplicity, elegance and comfort at the same time.
Here are some pics from the show and some of the favorite looks.
Second show was by Nubu, which I have never heard before, but it turned out very interesting and sophisticated.
And after the show, I had a chance to observe pop up stores in the area which were very cute.
Did you enjoy the pictures and my opinions towards the whole event? Well, I had a good time there as was a good getaway and a break from everyday life.