So this is what Budapest Fashion Week was: This was my first individual fashion show in my home country and I felt so blessed as I got such a nice respond from everyone. Before this show, I have never sold anything immediately from the runway, but this time, some people felt in love with some designs that I had to sell my original sample pieces just after the show. How amazing is this?!
This collection is very personal for me and It helped me to start a healing process in a very rough time of my life. This collection, called Eleven, dedicated to my father, who I lost meanwhile working on my designs. The fact, that people loved it so much and all the good comments I got, helps me a lot and I really appreciate it.
So far, this fashion week was the smallest, friendliest and calmest show I ever had, which felt quite weird after all the craziness of the London shows, where everyone was rushing and tearing garments and usually have 30 seconds to change outfits on models. This time we all were so chilled and calm, plus we had more than 5 minutes to change the models with 4 helpers and they were extremely helpful.
With this post, I would like to say a huge Thank You to the whole team, to the organizers, photographers, models, my friends and my family, you are amazing!
Finally fashion week is done :) I was too busy to post an update about the preparations because I was sewing untill the very last minute.
I started working on my 'Eleven' Resort Collection in January but I had to put it on hold for a while. I started finishing the last 5 looks in March and I had to finish the collection in our Hungarian studio based in my hometown. The last two weeks were really really busy, but I enjoyed every moment of it. In this post I wanted to share some moments of the preparations and introduce my Hungarian workspace and let you have a look of how I was working on the new pieces. Enjoy :*