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The biggest fashion trends with an Italian vibe: BCEFW brings the S/S 2019 collections

The Budapest Central European Fashion Week, sponsored by Mercedes Benz, bi-annually showcases the best of established and emerging Hungarian, Czech, Slovak, Polish and other selected international fashion brands, designers as well as young talents. Next to the fashion shows, the BCEFW also offers inspiring side events, exhibitions, a pop-up store, local gastronomy and other design related activities and venues to give local and international visitors a full impression of what Budapest has to offer.

This season, BCEFW is on collaboration with Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, marking the start of a 3-year strategic partnership between the Hungarian and Italian fashion industries. Join this breathtaking historical venue in the heart of beautiful Budapest between the 25-27th October with unique catwalk design, live streaming, international allure, inspiring fashion crowd, buzzing creative vibe. Are you ready for the spring-summer trends?

Tickets can be purchased via the show schedule link: http://bcefw.com/#schedule

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/264726127574239/

How the use of innovative textiles look like? How the materials changing? How the industries of technology, art and textiles collide? How is future of fashion changing? Is ethical fashion exists? What is the problem with this definition? Do models have rights? What’s happening in the factories?
How do technological innovations appear in the fashion industry? Could fashion technology serve business development? What is the connection between brands and innovation?

This year, the Budapest Central European Fashion Week presents the Fashion & Technology Round Table where international experts discuss key topics affecting the fashion and technology industries.

Photo: Pixabay

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