Budapest - The Capital of Fashion

It is by no means an exaggeration to state that Budapest is a frontrunner for winning the title of ashion Capital of Central Europe. The clothes of Hungarian designers are worn from Hollywood to Tokyo, and the careers of models Barbara Palvin, Vanessa Axente and Eniko Mihalik, all of whom promote Hungarian beauty, style and creativity on the pages of international fashion magazines, were launched in Hungary.

The creative industry is dizzyingly vibrant and diverse in Budapest: walking  the streets of the city alone, in the vicinity of tourist routes, you will continue to stumble across multi-brand shops that double up as art galleries where  you can find clothes, accessories and unique designs of young  Hungarian designers that make ideal quality souvenirs.

In recent years, the names of Hungarian fashion designers have been increasingly featured in the international press, including the biggest fashion magazines. Dora Abodi represents the extravagant, yet sophisticated luxury prêt-a-porter line, and stars like Taylor Swift, Gwen Stefani and Lady Gaga wear her clothes at gala events and on the street.

The designer of Nanushka representing both functionality and intuition is a popular brand amongst international fashion bloggers and is sold in thirty countries around the world.

Áeron's career started a few years ago and is already catching the attention  of many people. Her designs have been featured in several places from Vogue to the American Forbes magazine.

Kati Zoób, an ambassador of Hungarian culture, is a multiple international award winner, including at the Best Natural Fashion Awards and the Most Modern Creative Awards. The extensive collection presented at the opening ceremony of

FINA 2017 perfectly represents the diversity of the light industry. Silhouette patterns presenting 200 years of fashion history were exhibited on the catwalk, an admirable celebration of the co-existence of traditions and the latest, innovative spirit.