Budapest Central European Fashion Week draws 12,000

In Budapest

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Budapest Central European Fashion Week (BCEFW), a showcase of designers from Hungary and the region organized by the Hungarian Fashion and Design Agency (HFDA), was followed by some 12,000 viewers on March 25-28, HFDA said, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

BCEFW's runway shows were streamed on its Facebook page, and the videos can be re-watched on the event's official YouTube channel.

"For many years, Budapest Central European Fashion Week has been the number one meeting point for the public, buyers, designers, and the media in the region, and thanks to this, Budapest is getting closer to becoming one of the region's leading fashion capitals," HFDA said.

The Hungarian designers on the runway at the latest BCEFW installment were ABODI, ALMA, Artista, BORBALA, CAKO, Celeni, Cukovy, DUSK, Elysian, KATA SZEGEDI, Katti Zoob, MERO, NINI, Nora Sarman, NUBU, OST konzept, PHILOMEN, Romani Design, Sentiments, THEFOUR, TOMCSANYI, VENGRU, VIKTORIAVARGA Budapest, VIRAG KERENYI, ZIA budapest, and ZSIGMOND DORA menswear.

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