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V4 countries rank high in list of fastest-growing companies

Tech companies dominate the list of Europe's fastest-growing businesses compiled by the Financial Times for the fourth time this year. Firms engaged in information and mobile technology along with e-commerce make up over a quarter of the annual FT 1000 ranking....

Greta Thunberg to trademark her name and Fridays for Future

Climate activist Greta Thunberg’s family has applied to trademark her name and the Fridays For Future climate movement she started from scratch in 2018....

Winner of L'Oreal award promotes hijab in fashion industry

In Sweden a Muslim fashion blogger has been picked for the “Look of the Year” award in collaboration with L´Oreal Paris. Moroccan-born Imane Asry said the award meant that it was time to normalise the use of hijab in the fashion industry....

Shoes honour Frida Kahlo

Vans debuted its Frida Kahlo shoes at selected US stores on Saturday. Three examples of the Mexican artist's work appear in the collection.

Hungarian fashion brand to send 25 thousand euros to Sri Lanka

Nanushka has offered 25,000 euros to victims of the Easter atrocities in Sri Lanka. Szandra Sandor, the founder of the Hungarian brand and her business partner Peter Baldaszti were deeply shaken by the terrorist attacks in the country and will donate the 25,000 euros to help those affected.

International success for the Hungarian fashion industry

The Hungarian brand Nanushka is well-known abroad, with world stars regularly wearing the Hungarian designer clothes. Most recently, the 2019 Pre-Fall collection of the brand was named winner of the International Design Awards. The classy yet lightweight collection won the admiration of a prestigious international jury.

Supermodel is now officially an angel of a woman

After being discovered in Budapest at the young age of 13, Hungarian-born supermodel Barbara Palvin has enchanted global fashion enthusiasts for half of her life. She’s modelled for global fashion powerhouses, been named to lists celebrating high-earning and influential models, and this month she became an angel.

Budapest to become the fashion world's European hub

At least between 29th and 31st March, when the Budapest Central European Fashion Week is being held. The event organised by the Hungarian Fashion and Design Agency will allow around 40 Hungarian and international designers to showcase their 2019/20 autumn-winter collection in the Budapest Varkert Bazar.

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