Armenian-American actor, model, and social media personality David (Davit) Gharibyan premieres video in honor of "International Women`s Day." Digital Journal has the scoop.
Dilian Markov is one of the leading names in the field of photography and an emblematic author of covers and fashion photos for female, male and lifestyle magazines. He works for fashion designers and established brands in the field of women's, men's fashion and advertising photography. Winner of the Golden Needle Award of the Academy of Fashion in the category "Fashion photographer" for the years 2000 and 2018. In recent years Dilian Markov directs his professional interest in working on special projects where he can develop his creative potential.
It is an amazing example of coexistence of intelligence and professionalism, on the one hand, and style, femininity and elegance, on the other. Her successful appearances in journalism, business and politics awaken exclamation, but also amazement and questions about the unity and versatility of talent, the unlimited possibilities of the modern and purposeful Bulgarian. Youliana Doncheva! For decades she has been offering and imposing on Bulgarian and foreign audiences their concept of beauty and sophistication, of rigor and responsibility. Her charismatics is not just a hill, though her beauty by birth is obvious and so natural. Her obsession is a result of the openness of her character to the new, to the progressive, to the functional one.
The Academy of Fashion, with president Prof. Lubomir Stoykov, participated in the charity initiative Support a Dream by the President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rumen Radev. Ball dresses and prom suits were received by dozens of youngsters who grew up without parents. In partnership with the Academy of Fashion, the campaign was also supported by: fashion house Desizo Monni, designer Jana Jekova, fashion house Romantika fashion with designer Sofia Borisova, Hristo Chuchev and Radoslava Lazarova, designer of fashion house Blink.
Due to its geographical location, Eastern European mythology and folklore seamlessly blend influences from Asian nomads, the Orient, Ancient Greece, the Thracian and the European Slavic cultures, the result being something completely new and interesting, but still European.