The always smiling fashion designer Eszter Cselényi
always recalls Hungarian reference stories, epochs, icons such as drawings by Károly Reich, the legendary 6:3 game, or now the Hungarian crown in the autumn winter collection.
She builds up all this in such a clever and tricky way that we never get a forced hungarian look, but a glamorous, trendy yet well-worn outfit.
Plus, the Celeni pieces featured on the Budapest Central European Fashion Week runway fit perfectly into the volatile and intimate winter mood. The colors are also really relevant, with the burgundy referring to the ruby of the crown and the darkness to the sapphire and the dresses of the figures depicted on the crown.
When choosing material, she uses all natural materials, thanks to the influence of the Italian mentorporgram, while playing with transparency and layering. It also comes in the form of tulle, taffeta, silk, cotton, wool knit.