Bulgarian designer Suni (here - at his request, I present him only with his artistic nickname) was born in Kardzali, but has lived in England for 20 years. He is only seven years old when he leaves home with his parents. He has been through a very difficult period at a refugee camp in Sweden, but that was a long time ago. At 18, he enrolled to study business in college but decided to leave, moved to Oxford and opened his first car wash. For three years, together with his girlfriend, Pavlina Tsolova, they created a chain of private car washes, which they later decided to sell in order to invest in a new venture, thus creating the luxury fashion brand "Kozha" (London)
Head of State Rumen Radev awarded Prof. Lubomir Stoykov with an Honorary Sign of the President of the Republic of Bulgaria. Our famous university lecturer, journalist, aesthete and fashion critic received the high distinction for his significant contribution to Bulgarian culture, science and education, as well as for his 65th anniversary. In his speech at the award ceremony, President Rumen Radev stressed the importance of what Prof. Stoykov has also done in the field of style and education for the younger generation.
More than 800 people were the guests of Festival of Fashion and Beauty 2019 in the sea capital of Bulgaria, Varna. The fashion event was from 27th to 28th of June. Host of the event was Sea casino and the organizer was Fashion Agency VIP FASHION GROUP.
Ivaila Bakalova opened the show for fashion house "Blink" during the fashion week in Sofia Talented young designer Radi Lazarova presented her latest graduation collection Womanity Prom on the stage of Sofia Fashion Week in autumn-winter 2018. The show opened Ivaila Bakalova - Miss Bulgaria Universe 2001, which is also the face of the event. Signal dresses in the collection were shown by Gabriela Vassileva - Miss Bulgaria 2012 and Veronika Stefanova - Miss Bulgaria World 2017.
On February 21st the popular Bulgarian designer Sofia Borisova presented her Haute couture collection - “Emotion” – 2018.
Sedentary lifestyle can lead to heart diseases, diabetes and high blood pressure. Even if only 1/5 of the Europeans implement these methods of prevention, this would save at least 100,000 lives every year! Folknetika is a new type of sport, which prevents from sedentary, stress and depression and serves as prevention against cancer and other diseases.
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.
'I expect that first we will present Bulgaria really well, then we will present the Ensemble and our culture well. Our spectacle is an ambassador of Bulgarian traditions - for all Bulgarian in Bulgaria, for all Bulgarians abroad and for all other people in the world. Bulgarian folklore is a wonder - it is the richest on the planet', commented Hristo Dimitrov.
Dean Manev - the President of Men's Fashion Cluster - is already in The Netherlands. He is there with serious intentions - to turn Bulgarian dances, embroidery (shevitza) and fashion into 'generator of business in Europe'.
It is not a secret that sedentary lifestyle is extremely harmful to humans - not only for their bodies but also for the emotional and mental health. Researches show that sitting at your desk all day long, increases mortality with 20% in males and 40% in females and every year 500,000 Europeans and 1.9 million people worldwide die from sedentary.