Fashion shows. Summary of BRICS+ Fashion Summit – Day 3
On Day 3 (30 November) of BRICS+ Fashion Summit the visitors were presented some new designers. Kunjina, an emerging brand from Ethiopia, showcased its collection to participants and guests of the Summit at the catwalk in the Parking Gallery in Zaryadye Park. The second show took place in the Pashkov House, listed as a cultural heritage site. There, several designers from India had a joint show, namely riteshkumar; KHANIJO; Naushad Ali; Shruti Sancheti. All the streams from the shows have been recorded and can be watched at the official web-site of the event
Kunjina (Ethiopia)

Kunjina Tesfaye showcased her new collection during the Forum. The Ethiopian designer presented her thoughts on what a modern girl’s wardrobe should include.Kunjina Tesfaye established her brand in Ethiopia in 2017 but is going global now. Every collection is a reflection of her own experience. The key message the brand conveys is ‘Get closer to yourself.’The founder of KUNJINA is positive that feminine silhouettes that accentuate body shapes go great with industrial-style suits. Kunjina Tesfaye is a virtuoso when it comes to cuts. She prefers asymmetry and architectonics, and her favorite color choices are pastel shades. The new series embraces suits with waist tightened by belts, open shoulder dresses, and neat elegant jumpsuits with different textures, but all of them sand-colored.

FDCI presents: riteshkumar; KHANIJO; Naushad Ali; Shruti Sancheti (India)

Day 3 offered the guests and visitors a deep dive into the up-to-date Indian fashion, as there were several designers from this country who showcased their works at once. The collections by these four brands were very different but conveyed the same spirit. All of the designers made their bids on relaxed fits, natural materials, and tranquil hues. KHANIJO presented a collection of menswear that was a fusion of global trends and the Indian culture code. The series brought up the catwalk by Naushad Ali was quite modern and suitable for everyday use, whereas Shruti Sancheti offered quite an authentic collection of everyday looks. The range featured by riteshkumar was a real reflection of Indian fashion. The designer was trained in Italy, which helped him combine traditional elements of Indian wear and the most relevant modern trends of the world fashion. The show was accompanied by live music and singing, inspired by Indian national motives.

BRICS+ Fashion Summit takes place in Zaryadye. The fashion intensive course, B2B showroom, and catwalk shows by international designers are held in the Parking Gallery in Zaryadye Park, which was opened in September 2023 and has the total area of almost 3000 sq. m. Parking Gallery is equipped with technical means to accommodate exhibitions, concerts and forums, too. It is easy for guests of the BRICS+ Fashion Summit to attend an event. Part of the underground area is still left for vehicles. Moreover, the Parking Gallery can be accessed from anywhere in the park.
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