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Feeric Fashion Week Designers Use Exciting Locations for their Runways

Feeric Fashion Week Designers Use Exciting Locations for their Runways

Lapalme Magazine was the media sponsor for the most important fashion event of Romania, Feeric Fashion Week. In the city Sibiu, Transylvania, our very own Creative Director and Co-Owner Derek Warburton was honored as the Celebrity Ambassador for the event. The runway’s, which took place in many different exciting locations, were on fire with international designers hailing from more than 20 countries and 4 continents!  From construction sites, to railroad tracks, forests, lakes and beyond Feeric Fashion Week designers used unique locations as the backdrops their collections making each show very interactive. Take a look at some of our favorites from this year!

Designer Irina Duţu Zgâia’s collection was inspired by Lewis Carroll’s book “Alice in Wonderland”.


NousMode designers Mariana Morar & Paul Micsa wowed their audience with the debut of their beautiful collection on Sibiu Zoo Lake. The lake made for a beautiful and amazing setting for models to show off NousMode’s collection.


The Turnu Rosu Stone Query turned into a runway for The Secret Code Of Fashion. The models were at work on this construction site inspired runway.


The Modement  show was like it was right out of a fairy tale at the Clay Castle of Fairy Valley located in Sâmbăta de Sus.


Natalia Manza was everything romantic and sweet. Her collection of dresses were made of precious textures such as Chantilly lace, natural silk, and Swarovski crystals.


Bianca Popp made a huge comeback with her perfectly delicate and seamless collection.  Military objects were used to create a warrior like setting which paired well with her collection to contrast the delicacy of her collection perfectly. The event was created with the support of the Ground Force Academy.


Charles & Ron was nothing less than spectacular! They debuted their collection at the sweetest spot the, Boromir factory, which is actually a candy factory when it’s not being used as a runway. 


Alina Moza presented her collection at the Piaţa Mare (main square) by the entrance of Brukenthal Palace. Her collection was inspired by shapes which included spirals, triangles, circles, rhombuses and was completed with hats as accessories.


Argentinean designer, Pimpi Smith, presented her “#PeaceForever” a collection of bags with accents that underline the concepts of peace and love.


Le Pampillon debuted their collection at the Redal Expo, with serious drama walking down the runway and it was amazing!


Models dazzled at the runway again at the Redal Expo to show case Retno Tan’s collection. The collection had a lot of beautiful and delicate detailing.


Lavinia Ilieș’s fashion show was inspired by traditional Romanian weddings that aim to bring together femininity and masculinity through the use of linen and light colors. The show took place at the Muzeul Satului.