Budapest Central European Fashion Week

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The Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency will organise one of the region’s leading professional events, the Budapest Central European Fashion Week (BCEFW), between the 28th of August and the 3rd of September. Renewed professional concept, strengthening the regional role, and the Fashion HUB concentrating on Generation Z – these will be the main buzzwords of the autumn event. The BCEFW aims to act as a bridge between regional countries and open a gate for designers to the international scene.

Between the 28th of August and the 3rd of September 2023, the Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency will hold one of the determining fashion events of the Central European region for the twelfth time, the Budapest Central European Fashion Week, which will be hosted in the buildings of Millenáris.

On the 2nd and 3rd of September, all in all, 39 brands will exhibit their collections; 24 Hungarian fashion designers, and Ukrainian, Romanian, Czech, Polish, Slovakian and Serbian designers will present their creations. In the BCEFW, it has become an even more important aspect to exhibit regional brands as well as Hungarian ones, and it is further enhanced by the presence of the international press, influencers, and buyers. The region’s acknowledged fashion industry magazines’ representatives will attend the event; along with the Polish Vogue, Elle, and Twój Styl, journalists from the Czech and Ukrainian Vogue, and the Italian L’Officiel and Vogue Italia will visit the BCEFW. Organizers are committed to creating opportunities for talented designers and brands that live and create under war-torn conditions. It is an honor that the BCEFW provides a platform for outstanding Ukrainian designers to showcase their work in the SS24 season again.

“A key pillar of the Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency’s strategy is to strengthen the Hungarian fashion and design industry’s regional position. An accentuated goal of the BCEFW, held twice a year, is to connect the industry players from Hungary and other regional countries as a bridge which provides a possibility to expand their trade relations and widen their international visibility. The event also has a significant touristic role as we are again expecting a wide circle of international press and digital content creators to the event, who can get to know the best of Hungarian fashion at arm’s length from the World Heritage-listed Castle District. The central location of the event allows guests arriving from abroad to explore and showcase the captivating sights of Budapest, thereby further enhancing Hungary’s tourist appeal.” – said Zsófia Jakab, the Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency’s CEO.

Photo: press service 

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