Top Trends From Budapest Marie Claire Fashion Days

BY DORINA NEMESKERI

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I had been wanted to go to the Marie Claire Fashion Days for years but somehow I could never manage it. This time, I kept the promise to myself and decided that I must attend. Without any regret in my decision, here are the my top favorite trends from the weekend.

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Sophisticated pastels

As a lover of soft colors , on Saturday (the first day I attended,) the first thing that caught my eyes were the fresh colors of French designers. The artists of Parisian Fashion Schools took us back to the garden of spring with rosey colors, flower headbands, sheer fabrics like flower petals.

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Hungarian impressions

Hungarian designers love to use simple shapes, cuts and colors. Such as Eszter Cselényi, designer of Celeni, where we found a classy twist in her feminine and wearable designs. Her 2017 Spring/Summer collection was inspired by a kind of traditional pottery made in a region of Hungary called Őrség. Instead of the beige, terracotta colors that people normally expect from the word “pottery,” she used the atypical color of these traditional bowls, a beautiful deep green.

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Oriental vibes

The fashion show continued with the essence of spring, but with oriental touches. These appeared in colors of: white, red and black. Tiny cherry blossom ornamentations and sharp cuts.

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Delicate laces

Bare skin is becoming a thing on runways recently. What also came to my attention was lots of skin peeking out from dresses but in a discreet manner. I loved the way designers played with laces, and how they kept balancing the sexiness of  see through fabrics with romantic designs.

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Royal blues

I just loved the elegant designs of MERO. The beautiful feminine silhouettes of floor length gowns, embroideries, beadwork, and sequins. The cherry on top were these red carpet dresses that came in shades of royal blue.

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Photos: Dorina Nemeskeri

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