IN CONVERSATION WITH BELGRADE FASHION WEEK FOUNDER; NENAD RADUJEVIC
29th November 2018
Belgrade, also known as the “White City” capital of Serbia, has historically long served as an important stronghold during the Byzantine Empire, Frankish Empire, Bulgarian Empire and Kingdom of Hungary. As the city is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans, its geographical position has allowed it to develop into an important passage way between the East and West throughout the past centuries.
2018 saw Belgrade present their 44th annual Fashion week, 26th October - 2nd November. Showcasing in Serbia twice a year, Belgrade wast the first Eastern European country to host a Fashion Week, with it remaining one of the largest events of its kind, attracting both international buyers and industry experts.
BFW hosts 30 on and off schedule events, showcasing more than 75 international designers, more than 10 fashion brands and attended by more than 10,000 visitors over 5 different locations.
The 44th Belgrade Fashion Week: Pop culture icons GAGA for
emerging designers 9th November 2018
This year was host to the 44th annual Belgrade Fashion Week, 26th October - 2nd November. Showcasing in Serbia twice a year, Belgrade Fashion Week was the first in Eastern Europe and remains one of the largest events of its kind, attracting international buyers and industry experts.
BFW showcased an array of native designers and overseas designers, well-loved by international celebrities.