Bratislava Fashion Days presents new collections and trends

In its 10th year, new fashions and trends are on display, also for children.

(Source: SITA )

Apart from the commercial collections, young designers Blažena Ostrovská, Monika Laceková, Annamária Kiss Kósa, Monika Vontszemuová, already popular Jana Pištejová and the grouping NuPPL (Mária Čírová, Michal Sabo, Maja Zelinová and Romana Škamlová) offered their ideas about most topical trends.

Blažena Ostrovská and Jana Pištejová also designed attires for children, some of them rather daring and provoking, the SITA newswire wrote.

The 10th year of this event will continue on Tuesday, April 14 – with Lukáš Kimlička, Jana Jurčenko, Terézia Feňovčíková and Linda Havrlíková, as well as British Belinda Chorley, and last until April 15. 

 

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