Fashion Week Update

Adidas collaborations & an abundance of flowers Examining Baltic fashion

Published: April 15, 2024
Author: Fashion Value Chain

From April 8 to 11, the 33rd edition of Riga Fashion Week took place in Latvia’s capital, uniting designers from Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, and even Uzbekistan and Finland, making it the core of the Baltic fashion scene.

The performances on the first day took place at the RFW Hall in the Hanzas Perons, a former railway warehouse in Riga, after first taking place at the Office Complex Verde, a contemporary structure in the city’s business district. Around the city, there were exhibitions and educational activities in addition to the presentations.

From April 8 to 11, the 33rd edition of Riga Fashion Week took place in Latvia’s capital, uniting designers from Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, and even Uzbekistan and Finland, making it the core of the Baltic fashion scene.

The performances on the first day took place at the RFW Hall in the Hanzas Perons, a former railway warehouse in Riga, after first taking place at the Office Complex Verde, a contemporary structure in the city’s business district. Around the city, there were exhibitions and educational activities in addition to the presentations.

The Baltic countries, which are only 1,000 kilometers from the conflict that has been raging in Eastern Europe for more than two years, have a rich cultural legacy as a result of years of russification policies that had a significant impact on the region’s culture and society. These effects are evident in the proposals’ aesthetics and the attendees’ propensity for speaking Russian in conversation. In addition to their native tongues, a sizable portion of the populace in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia speaks Russian.

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