Aleksandra Petrova has a High School diploma in Clothing Design and Construction, as well as a BSc in Fashion from the Bulgarian National Academy of Arts (NHA). Aleksandra is a graduate in Scenography and Costume Design from Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (Venice Academy of Fine Arts) through the Erasmus program and is currently perusing a Master degree in Costume Design at the NHA in Sofia. At the moment, Aleksandra is working on the completion of her graduation project. She’s designing the costumes and building the characters for the Shakespearean comedy Cosi fan tutte (The School for Lovers).
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.
Lyuben Dilov Jr is among the undoubted modern phenomena of our time. He is well known in society and show business - as a publisher and writer, screenwriter and journalist, politician and image-maker. "He was one of the most intelligent students whom I taught in the 80s at the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication", said Prof. Lyubomir Stoykov.
Niki Iliev is a recognizable and magical public person. He makes a strong impression on his various successful biathies - the director, the actor, the TV presenter, the university lecturer and the ex-model. His charismatic and attractive appearance can oblige superficial people and they do not pay enough attention to his intelligence, original thinking, and modern, not a fashionable spirit. When the Academy of Fashion awarded him in 2017 with its prize for the most stylish and successful Bulgarian BG Fashion Icon, the criteria also included these qualities and abilities that sometimes escape public attention. And yet - what is the style of dressing for Niki Iliev? Does he have a clear and accurate view of how it looks and how is it perceived by others? ...
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.
Designers from China, Israel, Serbia and Macedonia will participate on the fashion stage Sculptor Jivko Sedlarski with his first fashion show of metal dresses in Bulgaria The award "BG Fashion Icon", handed out by the Academy of Fashion, will be presented for the tenth consecutive year. The official award ceremony for the most stylish and successful Bulgarians will be held on 12 December at the Vitosha Park Hotel.
The prestigious "BG Fashion Icon" competition is organized for the tenth consecutive year. According to an established tradition, the Expert Council of the Academy of Fashion, including prominent lifestyle, fashion, secular journalists and editors from the leading print and electronic media, offered its nominations for the most stylish and successful Bulgarians of 2018. As before, the criteria that Bulgarian celebrities need to show to gain the status of BG Fashion Icons are qualities and virtues such as sophisticated and modern taste and style, high professional achievements, impeccable culture, morality and reputation.
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.
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.