Four Hungarian fashion designers showing in London Fashion Week

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Congratulations go out from BBJ to Hungarian fashion designers Dóri Tomcsányi, KELE clothing, ZAKO, and The FOUR, who are having their latest work displayed at the International Fashion Showcase in London this week. The showcase is part of London Fashion Week, said to be one of the world’s top four such events for new fashion.

Design Terminal helped arrange the presentation of 14 Central European designers in part of the government-funded organization’s drive to develop Hungary’s creative industries. 

“Talent is not enough to get involved in the circulation of international fashion life – One’s own assets, enormous diligence and eagerness are prerequisites,” explained Design Terminal business development program director Zoltán Ács. “It takes ages until a brand builds an international customer base and establishes the appropriate platforms to sell their products; this is what Design Terminal aims to help with.”

This week’s exhibition at the International Fashion Showcase marks the fourth international market in which Hungarian designers have been promoted by Design Terminal.

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