Feeric Fashion Week aligns itself with the fashion sustainable approach – Highlights Day 1

The 12th edition of the Feeric Fashion Week debuted at Versailles Weddings and Events with the photo exhibition that sums up the concept of this year’s edition of the “Consume less, pollute less”.

Vice President of FFW, fashion editor and influencer, Landiana has captured the attention of photographers and top fashion publishers from magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar and more in the last seasons of fashion weekends in Milan , Paris and London, using the same garments, being styled differently. “Some voices position second-place fashion among the most polluting industries. Nonprofit organizations, as well as corporations, invest heavily in awareness campaigns and even in research to reduce pollution. More and more independent designers are thinking about new collections in line with the awareness messages both on the market and on the big players, “says Mitichi, president of Feeric Fashion Week.

Fashion shows began at the shadow of the most representative symbol of Sibiu, the Tower of the Council. Silvia Şerban presented to the public a new autumn-winter collection called DoubleYou. “DoubleYou” is a collection dedicated to the authentic woman, as any woman in its essence who goes through personal transformation and accepts others as they are, who can create a world of love and respect, and achieves the goals and encourages their children to do everything that brings them happiness. The passage through the ethnic styles of many peoples of the world is a tribute to the true gods, earthly women who have wisely supported and supported life and are in the service of the community.

Credits: Cornel Petrus

The next two presentations of the day took place in the scenery of the Brukenthal Summer Palace in Avrig. Eduardo Ocantos, one of the longest-running designers at Feeric Fashion Week, presented a new colorful collection along the stream that crosses the palace courtyard. This year’s collection is inspired by Argentinean artist’s paintings and is created exclusively from sustainable materials such as blade wool, a specific animal in northern Argentina. The wool is painted in natural colors and is assorted with silk pieces. Eduardo Ocantos is one of the most famous designers of South America and his collections have been presented in recent years on scenes from France, Serbia, Malta, Montenegro, Peru, Uruguay or Mexico.

Credits: Cornel Petrus

On leaving the evening and the light of the lanterns in the woods, The Rags Tribe presented a vaporous, warm-walled collection, made exclusively from vintage, unique materials, gathered by the creator behind the brand in rural India. Dawn Schuster, the creator behind this brand, started this experience after seeing a post on Instagram with a group of women saved from the Mumbai human trafficking. In a few weeks, Dawn had already opened her first workshop in India, with all the employees of the workshop being women who had gone through this calvary. Each piece created by Rags Tribe is unique and talks about courageous women and their power to overcome any difficulty.

Credits: Cornel Petrus

Feeric Fashion Week takes place between July 17th and 21st, in Sibiu. The event is co-financed by the Sibiu Local Council through the City Hall of Sibiu and the Sibiu County Council.

Partners: Ford through Mecatronics Sibiu, Lillet, Wella, Paese, Boromir, Redal Expo, First Driving School, Buonavista.

EDUARDO OCANTOS, ARGENTINA
SIBIU. FEERIC FASHION WEEK
THE RAGS TRIBE

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