Fash­ion lovers flock to the City Winds

Azer News - - Culture & Lifestyle - By La­man Is­may­ilova

TThe of­fi­cial slo­gan of the eighth AFW sea­son - Art meets fash­ion - re­flects the choice of the main site for shows.

The or­ga­niz­ers of Azer­bai­jan Fash­ion Week in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the Mu­seum Cen­ter de­cided to syn­the­size fash­ion in the space of art.

Fash­ion­istas from around the world gath­ered in Azer­bai­jan's cap­i­tal to en­joy the lat­est looks.

This time, de­sign­ers from Azer­bai­jan, Kazakhstan, Ge­or­gia and Ta­jik­istan pre­sented their lat­est col­lec­tions of the Spring-Sum­mer 2019 sea­son to the guests, Trend Life re­ported.

Fa­mous brands and de­sign­ers Kaf­tan, Ay­gun Tal­i­bova, Çәk­mәçi, Meeamee, SK col­lec­tion, A.Sain, Mak Mari, La veine, Noora, Elian Cou­ture, Aya Ba­pani, NUBI Cou­ture, Zherebtsov, Ayshan Habi­bova and oth­ers took part in the eighth sea­son of Azer­bai­jan Fash­ion Week.

The first day of the fash­ion week was marked with such brand as Kaf­tan, Çәk­mәçi Baku, Meeamee (Azer­bai­jan) and SK col­lec­tion (Ta­jik­istan).

This sea­son of Azer­bai­jan Fash­ion Week opened with a pre­sen­ta­tion of fash­ion col­lec­tion from Kaf­tan brand by de­signer Arzu Mam­madova. The col­lec­tion in­cludes ele­gant evening dresses, em­broi­dered with beads and crys­tals.

Brand Ç ә km ә çi Baku pre­sented both fe­male and male mod­els of shoes. An in­ter­est­ing mo­ment of the de­file was that the shoes were demon­strated by fa­mous per­son­al­i­ties, among whom was the Azer­bai­jani singer, the win­ner of Euro­vi­sion 2011, El­dar Gasi­mov.

The col­lec­tion of Meeamee brand presents the unique styles of la­conic out­fits with fur in­lays and dis­creet color shades.

The first day of fash­ion week ended with a show of SK col­lec­tion brand. Fash­ion de­signer Khur­shed Sat­torov from Ta­jik­istan show­cased hand­made fash­ion col­lec­tion. Bright fab­rics, amaz­ing pat­terns, modern cut and hand­made em­broi­dery made the col­lec­tion unique.

Col­lec­tions of all de­sign­ers - par­tic­i­pants of the first day of the Fash­ion Week were greeted by stormy ap­plause from the guests of the evening.

Col­or­ful col­lec­tion from Kazakh kids cloth­ing brand "A.Sain" was pre­sented on the next day of the fash­ion week.

Young mod­els pre­sented a bright col­lec­tion, fea­tur­ing denim and col­or­ful in­serts.

The next fash­ion project is the re­sult of the col­lab­o­ra­tion of two brands - Elian Cou­ture and S.Ab­dul col­lec­tion. The fash­ion col­lec­tion bril­liantly com­bines bold­ness and bo­hemian chic styles.

The mod­els stepped on the cat­walk, tak­ing selfie. Unique po­lice uni­form, es­pe­cially hats and shoul­der straps, dec­o­rated with crys­tals and metal chains sur­prised fash­ion lovers.

The fash­ion col­lec­tion of the Azer­bai­jani brand Le Veine was also pre­sented at the fash­ion show.

Brand de­signer Fi­dan Zey­nalli gave pref­er­ence to pas­tel shades and sil­ver color.

It is noteworthy that this is the first show in the frame­work of the eight sea­son, which ended with pre­sen­ta­tion of a wed­ding dress, which used to be es­sen­tial part of any fash­ion show.

The col­lec­tion of Noora brand was in­spired by post-in­dus­trial apoc­a­lypse

Wide trousers were com­ple­mented by cut and torn.

The col­lec­tion of Azer­bai­jani de­signer Ayshen Khabi­bova presents a con­trast of shiny and translu­cent fab­rics. Clas­sic black and white gowns fas­ci­nated the guests of the fash­ion show.

The sec­ond day of the fash­ion show ended with the pre­sen­ta­tion of stylish out­fits from Kazakh de­signer Aya Ba­pani, who pre­sented the guests an in­cred­i­ble col­lec­tion, in­spired by the at­mos­phere of Cen­tral Asia.

For her col­lec­tion, the de­signer chose such fab­rics as felt and silk, styl­ized head­dresses and jew­elry, as well as beau­ti­ful wraps.

Ro­man­tic col­lec­tion from tal­ented Kazakh de­signer Alex Chzhen was pre­sented on the last day of the fash­ion week. Gor­geous black dresses, ta­pes­try fab­ric and me­tal­lic look left no one in­dif­fer­ent.

The tri­umph of sil­ver - this is how you can se­cretly call the col­lec­tion of an­other Kazakh de­signer Ta­mara La­manukaeva. Sil­ver lapels of jack­ets, sil­ver stars on dresses and all-sil­ver trouser suits with light splashes of cop­per shine de­lighted fash­ion lovers.Shoul­der pads along with lantern sleeves serve as a vis­ual man­i­fes­ta­tion of in­ner strength.

The most del­i­cate col­lec­tion was shown by the Azer­bai­jani fash­ion house Nubi Cou­ture, show­cas­ing var­i­ous as­pects of fem­i­nin­ity. From trans­par­ent tulle fab­rics with shiny brooches to leather semi-corsets, from cream shades to rich emer­ald greens, from mod­est dresses to lux­u­ri­ous ball gowns, the fash­ion col­lec­tion suits all tastes.

One of the most an­tic­i­pated shows of the eighth sea­son of Azer­bai­jan Fash­ion Week was the fi­nal show of Kazakh de­signer Leonid Zherebtsov.

Leonid is known not only for his fash­ion­able cre­ations, but also for cre­at­ing a spe­cial at­mos­phere dur­ing his shows. So, a real duel on rapiers took place for the first time on the cat­walk of Azer­bai­jan Fash­ion Week.

The el­e­ments from the fencer's equip­ment — masks with a metal grid and a col­lar were also pre­sented.

Be­sides fash­ion shows, AFW show­rooms were avail­able for the guests.

The eighth sea­son of Azer­bai­jan Fash­ion Week has com­pleted its work, once again be­com­ing the main fash­ion event in the coun­try.

The next ninth sea­son will be­gin in May 2019 and will once again bring to­gether all the bright­est rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the fash­ion in­dus­try.

A rich cul­tural her­itage has been cre­ated on the Azer­bai­jani ter­ri­tory over the span of many mil­len­ni­ums.

The tourists will find much to at­tract them from the wel­com­ing peo­ple and rich cul­ture to the won­der­ful nat­u­ral her­itage and tra­di­tional cus­toms.

Azer­bai­jan Min­istry of Cul­ture im­ple­ments var­i­ous projects to pro­mote the rich­est cul­ture of Azer­bai­jan.

Spe­cial at­ten­tion is paid to the de­vel­op­ment of new projects for the cre­ation and de­vel­op­ment of cul­tural routes.

A cul­tural route "Jour­ney to the mu­si­cal cap­i­tal of the East" has been launched in or­der to pro­mote coun­try's rich cul­ture, Trend re­ported.

The project makes it pos­si­ble to ex­pe­ri­ence the re­mark­able cul­ture of Azer­bai­jan in the best way pos­si­ble.

The pro­gram of the cul­tural route "Jour­ney to the mu­si­cal cap­i­tal of the East" is de­signed for 4 days, but in the fu­ture, travel com­pa­nies will be able to carry it out in ac­cor­dance with the wishes of the guests.

Its pro­gram in­cludes house mu­se­ums and mon­u­ments to prom­i­nent mu­si­cians of Azer­bai­jan, the­aters and con­cert halls and much more.

The project will con­trib­ute to the pop­u­lar­iza­tion of Azer­bai­jan's mu­si­cal cul­ture, mu­si­cal fig­ures and the de­vel­op­ment of the mu­sic in­dus­try.

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