Thursday, 21 April 2016


in Timisoara, Romania

I have been a bit absent from the virtual space lately, but that's because my schedule got very busy during the last couple of weeks.

I have traveled back to my home city, took these colorful photos, and then rushed to Bucharest for some fashion fairs. I had to prepare everything, and it's not an easy thing to do when you study in one city but have a clothing studio elsewhere. Having enough jackets of each pattern or size, preparing the business cards and organizing the proper pop-up store were some of the things that took a while to get done. 

But here I am, back to Budapest, after two great events in Bucharest, the 100% Romanesc fair, and the Fashion Revolution fair. I met dozens of nice people and it was really great to launch the jackets in a new city.

In the pictures I am wearing the custom made jacket that I created for my friend, Leila. I have to mention that she is not the most easily pleased person I know, so designing a jacket that would suit her was a challenge for me. But I did it! She loves the jacket, and I could't be happier.

I am wearing:
Photos by Simona Nutu.

Tuesday, 5 April 2016


in Budapest, Hungary

Light green, gloomy black, small architectural details, and the urban atmosphere that is present everywhere my jackets go.

When I firstly saw the black fabric I fell in love with the small green patterns on it. Thought, I was not sure what other color should I mix it with, as the first feature of my jackets is their versatility - and that is a must. After spending plenty of time searching, I found this lovely khaki fabric. 

I didn't know then how nicely my jacket would mix with the colors of the Keleti train station. I love mixing fashion with architecture, but this was as unexpected even for myself. 

Joyful as I was, I let the sun warm the colors and I had fun!


Photos by Simona Nutu.