I have been really really neglecting this blog lately. I could fill up these lines with all of my excuses like traveling, editing, writing, working and finishing school, but it doesn’t change the facts. Yes, I’ve been way too busy, but it’s all my time-management that caused it, so no complaining. And of course the blog is always in the back of my mind so I got a nice notebook full of notes, drawings, layouts, plans, etc… 😉
In the next 5 months I will be in computer-close-situations basically only for 6 weeks. Besides that, I will travelling and working behind the “real” life in the actual real life which I really can’t wait. But in September I’ll be back, right in time to refresh everything and be more than ready for the Central European Fashion Days right here in Budapest just after the Paris Fashion Week.
I spent a little time with the organizers this Tuesday at their press conference about the “Gombold újra” international competition (finally with 6 countries in, can’t wait!). This year the young designers form Hungary, Czech, Slovakia, Poland, Croatia and Serbia all have to get their inspiration from our home outside of home – from one of the other Central European countries besides their own. I bet it’s gonna be a polychrome runway in the final. I’m really excited about it, so in like half a year, I tell you a lot more about it, I just ask for a little time.
Not that long ago I went back to visit a few of my friends from my erasmus semester in the Netherlands. Luckily I was there when the DDW was held so I didn’t miss anything. It was amazing and inspiring, … Continue reading →
Central European Fashion Days and Toni&Guy Fashion Week Budapest were held in one for this season. And it was more than a month ago. I’m sorry for being this late and inactive lately. I’m really busy, but I akways keep this blog in mind, so I have a lot of new ideas, for spring, when I will be able to come back here. 😉 So keep up! #SpringVOTS
Here’s a moodboard kinda thingy from the event. The backstage were all me, but most of the runway photos (like 99% – I’m pretty sure you can see the difference in the quality) were taken by my friend and colleague, Győző Galcsik (blogger of AKKOR) who photographed for my Hungarian article. Continue reading →