Each season BCEFW creates a curated exhibition space for accessory designers and a pop-up store. Design related activities and exhibitions, special venues and best local bars, hotels, restaurant are involved as side events to show the Budapest vibes to the visitors.
Special guided hospitality programmes are organised for press, influencer and buyer guests.
The Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency, in compliance with strict health and safety rules in place, will be offering Hungarian brands the opportunity to present their 2020 Autumn-Winter collections at the Deák Palace in front of a small Hungarian audience between the 10th and 13th of September. For the first time in the history of Budapest Central European Fashion Week, the designers will be able to present their collections in the framework of a special “trunk show” and the pieces shown will be on sale at the pop-up store set up on Fashion Street.
As part of BCEFW, a pop-up store (a temporary store), will also open its doors to the attendees, giving them the opportunity to purchase the collections on-site. It is also through this form, that the Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency is trying to help support designers make up for their lost revenue due to the epidemic. Those interested can view what’s on offer at the downtown store between September 10-20, where accessories from the designers who would have participated as exhibitors in the cancelled Spring event will also be included.
The list of BCEFW designers who's collection will be available in the BCEFW POP-UP STORE from September 10-20:
ABODI, Artista, Celeni, Elysian, Kerényi Virág, Maison Marquise, Nini, Nubu, Romani, Sentiments, Szegedi Kata, Tomcsányi, Varga Viktória, Vetlényi Alma, Zia, Zsigmond Dóra Menswear, Babushka, Leanea Jewelry, Tipton, Vecsei Millinery, Vengru, Wessely.