Sunday, December 29, 2013


By Eva Fydrych


Photos courtesy of Fashionologie, Dubai Shopping Festival, IFFTI, P.Stigter

Start 2014 in style! Fashion Studio Magazine selected the most interesting fashion events taking place in Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Barcelona, London, Dubai, Hong Kong, and Tokyo in January 2014. Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates!


Dubai Shopping Festival
2 January - 2 February 2014

Video courtesy of Dubai Shopping Festival

The Dubai Shopping Festival, the biggest shopping and entertainment extravaganza in the Middle East, will kick-off Dubai’s events calendar in the New Year with a wide range of events, activities and promotions that will bring to the forefront the world famous festival’s charm of offering a rewarding shopping experience in an entertaining yet relaxed ambience.

The 19th edition of DSF will give visitors from around the world many mind-boggling and life-changing moments in line with the festival theme “Shop at your Best”. Among the major attractions for shoppers is that over a period of 32 days, DSF 2014 will give away over US$27 million worth of prizes including luxury cars, gold and cash. Add to this the extensive line-up of world-class events and activities and you get one memorable mega shopping experience.
Source: Dubai Shopping Festival


Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter
13 - 16 January 2014

Design by Johanna Ho (Photo courtesy of HKTDC)

World's second largest and Asia's largest fashion event organised by the HKTDC and held at the HKCEC, the Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter offers a fantastic spread of the very latest in apparel, accessories and fashion-related products from high-end fashion to mass merchandise, to buyers from all over the world.
Source: HKTDC


Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week BERLIN
14 - 17 January 2014

Photo courtesy of MBFW

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin (MBFWB) is Germany’s most important platform for emerging talent and established brands, with both avant-garde and commercially successful collections. Berlin is one of Europe’s most fascinating fashion, art and music destinations and attracts industry leaders from all over Europe and the world. Along with the fashion tradeshows MBFWB attracts more than 200,000 journalists and retailers every season. 
Source: IMG


Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week AMSTERDAM
17 - 27 January 2014

ByDanie AW 2013 (Photo © Team Peter Stigter)

In January 2014 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam celebrates its ten year anniversary with ‘10 days Downtown’. This means 10 events in 10 days (18-27 January), at 10 locations. Every day an event showing the diversity of Dutch fashion in relation to another creative discipline such as film, music, crafts, theatre or art will be in the spotlight. All activities are open to the public and are organised together with the city’s cultural gems. Read more about Amsterdam Fashion Week: DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT


SCOOP International Fashion Show
19 - 21 January 2014

Photo courtesy of SCOOP

Scoop is a boutique womenswear tradeshow, showcasing emerging and established directional fashion designers across two London venues. The addition of a second venue meant that the July 2013 edition of Scoop featured more than 400 collections to represent the best in contemporary and premium womenswear, accessories, footwear and lifestyle products.

Launched in February 2011 by fashion industry expert Karen Radley, Scoop’s first six seasons have already been an amazing success. The next event takes place on 19 - 21 January 2014.

Stylish designer collections seen at this July edition of Scoop included: Vanessa Bruno Athé, Mara Hoffman, Essentiel, Virginie Castaway, Filippa K, Rebecca Taylor, Marithé + François Girbaud sat alongside art perfumery from Blood Concept and Andrea Maack. Accessories and jewellery from Matthew Williamson, Rocio, Angela Caputi, Nicholas King, Kenzo and Vivienne Westwood, featured footwear from Candice Cooper, See by Chloe, Senso and many many more...
Source: SCOOP


Paris Haute Couture Week
19 - 23 January 2014

Schiaparelli at Paris Haute Couture Week Fall 2013 (Photo courtesy of Fashionologie)


Who's Next
25 - 28 January 2014

Photo courtesy of Who's Next

WHO’S NEXT will present Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 clothing and accessory collections around the theme of: “Toys”! The trade show keeps its segmentation in two main areas, WHO’S NEXT ACCESSORIES and WHO’S NEXT READY-TO-WEAR, respectively supplemented by two creative worlds, PREMIERE CLASSE, with 300 accessory labels and FAME, with 200 clothing labels.


WHO’S NEXT joins forces with the international platform dedicated to young design NOT JUST A LABEL to support a pool of designers over two years in their development. 20 selected profiles from the NOT JUST A LABEL site will be presented for the first time at the trade show next January. A team of 5 professionals from the industry will support the program for 4 consecutive seasons. From management, image and positioning consulting to business strategy, the winners will receive mentoring to give them the best chance in the competitive world of fashion. Find the selection in the FAME and PREMIÈRE CLASSE areas.
Source: WHO'S NEXT


080 Barcelona Fashion AW 2014-15
27 - 31 January 2014

Escorpion SS 2014 (Photo courtesy of 080 Barcelona Fashion)

080 Barcelona Fashion aims to turn Barcelona and Catalonia into a benchmark for creativity, innovation and both design generation and projection in the fashion industry, in the broadest sense of the word. Catalonia and the city of Barcelona have a long tradition in the textile industry for centuries, and the current situation allows us to talk about a consolidation of the design with a distinctive sign, in various fashion areas, such as production, distribution, sales, as well as their promotion.

This is the commitment of the government of the Generalitat de Catalunya, a government that believes in companies and provides them a platform to achieve international projection. Fashion, as it is widely know, is about culture and lives intensely in the city of Barcelona.


16th Annual IFFTI Conference
27 - 31 January 2014

Photo courtesy of IFFTI

The 16th Annual Conference for the International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes (IFFTI) will take place at Bunka Gakuen Educational Foundation in Tokyo.

The theme – "The Power of Fashion" – has been chosen to inspire all delegates to think about how the power of fashion has evolved over the years and what contribution it can make to build a better world for future generations.
Source: IFFTI

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  1. Each of the events presented had a huge impact on the fashion world. This delighted every connoisseur of the modern trends.

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  3. I'd like to watch all these fashion events, since fashion, as it is widely know, is about culture. Culture and traditions are only the way how we live and exist.

  4. The modern fashion can be really controversial, but I hope that you like this. Take care. Thank you.

  5. In order to keep abreast of the latest fashion trends and changes that will become fashionable, you need to read as much as possible about such events.


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