The Best Details From The Runway #MBFWBP

As I’ve promised here is a little summary of the collections I’ve seen at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Budapest! I know, it’s been a while since I attended the event (it was on 1st April) however I had literally no time to organise a post like this for the blog as I’m preparing for my final exams. I decided to choose a new way of showing you the best looks from the designers’ collections: I picked out the coolest four details from each of them. It was not easy to choose only four things from each collections as there were so many lovely details!…

#MBFWBP Moments

On Saturday I attended the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Budapest. After the fall event, this year Design Terminal organised the fashion week in spring as well. The event was part of the program of Budapest Spring Festival. Although it’s called “fashion week” it only lasted for one day – but what a day! It was such a hectic, exciting and interesting experience. First of all the location was very special: the event took place at the famous contemporary art museum, Ludwig Museum! It’s one of my favourite places in Budapest so I was really happy when I found out about this news. I think…

My Favorite Fashion Shows At Mercedes Benz …

At the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Central Europe I’ve attended a lot of fashion shows. Some of them were absolutely amazing and inspiring and some of them were not so statement but this time I’d like to highlight the best moments. I think we can all feel very proud that we have such great designers in this little country who work very hard to build their brands. Those who’ve been reading my blog for years probably know my favorite designers because I often mention their names on this site. I find it important to support these designers and this is…

Anna Daubner Showroom

Yesterday I went to see the Anna Daubner capsule collection. She shares a showroom with Anna Amélie (she’s also a great designer, I think I’m going to write about her too, in the future). The atmosphere was amazing and inspiring, and the clothes were fantastic. Anna studied at MOME and she spent 3 years in London (working at big fashion companies such as Miu Miu and Maison Martin Margiela), now she is back in Hungary and she has just launched her clothing brand, Anna Daubner. Her designs are all really sophisticated with clear cuts, and interesting materials. The collection’s main…