Vancouver Fashion Week opens tonight at 7.45 p.m. local time (3.45 a.m. Montenegrin time) with collections from seven graduates of LaSalle College Vancouver. An hour later Brazilian Atelier Valeria Costa will show her new collection. During the seven days 75 young designers from all over the world will be presented. Portal Montenegro magazin is a media partner of the 29th edition of the Vancouver Fashion Week, which is considered the fastest-growing fashion event in the world. The statement released by the organizers of VFW, among other things, reads that their aim is for successful and promising young fashion designers from all over the world to present their work in Vancouver.
– Cooperation with media companies in Southeast Europe is of great importance for VFW. This season one of the top designers who will present herself here is coming from Hungary. Vancouver Fashion Week has been celebrating multiculturalism for 29 seasons and therefore the Balkans and the former Yugoslavia are just the place where we wish to see young talents coming from to present their creativity and inspiration here in the future. We see portal Montenegro magazin as one of our best partners in the region who reports to its readers on all current events in the region and the world according to the highest standards of journalistic profession – reads a statement released by the organizers.
During the next seven days, we will present some of the designers who will participate in this fashion event, and fashion fans will be able to follow the shows of Vancouver Fashion Week via live stream on our website.
LaSalle College Vancouver
Seven graduates will present themselves from this college. Adam-Lin Bungag comes from the Philippines. His career began in 2014 at Vancouver Fashion Week. Laura Torrella is Cuban. She likes to play with endless possibilities that design have to offer, especially with texture. Brittany Wacher is from Montreal. Her clothes are, as it is written, reflections of experiencing life through fantasy on one part, and the core conflicts of the physical world on the other. Bahareh Memarian studied architecture in Cyprus, but soon realized that what she wanted to do is be a fashion designer. Love for the animals is an inspiration for her experimental, unique functional pieces. Jamaree Eiammanassakul is coming from Thailand. Minimalism, rich detail and hidden concept are her strong points. Finally, Esther Ashu, who was born in Nigeria, raised in Ireland and lives in Vancouver. She loves to experiment with styles, but lately she was inspired by evening gowns from the red carpet in which she combines high-quality materials such as lace, beads and organza.
Atelier Valeria Costa
Valeria Costa is a Brazilian designer. Sophistication combined with comfort and quality is what she aims for. She presented herself for the first time in the fashion market in 2007 with a collection of shoes and jewelry. Then she started to make couture collections, ready to wear, swimwear and costumes for the carnival in Rio de Janeiro. She worked as a costume designer at the biggest Brazilian television station.
Photo: Vancouver Fashion Week