When it comes to creating in fashion, the best thing to do is to be irreverent and uncontrollable. Urban fashion is in constant change, just like cities, and one has to dress to rise to the occasion. The challenge is in knowing what to choose confidently among the best designs and models for each situation, each event, each day. Today, the role of fashion in culture is still expanding, for good or for bad, and it constitutes itself even more into an indispensable factor to understand youth, the political circumstances of politics and towards which direction common interests are going. The main thing is not to lose your mind when choosing a design, by trying to impress or being casual.
The visual production of today surpasses the limits of assimilation of all Internet users. In other words, a large part of the world is connected to a marasmus of images and stimulants which surpass our capacity of interpretation. From this distinctive feature of our present, fashion uses resources such as design, photography, recycling and politics to be able to denounce or praise its own market. The biggest companies in fashion of today don´t waste time on their studies on market campaigns because now it´s clear that fashion is on the street and it follows the street, for the street. Never doubt in finding a new garment or style by walking around where you usually do. You just have to have a little more curiosity and risk, finding new designs, vintage clothes or accessories in any city which you go to. It´s not about being original, as you know, but more about knowing how to organize those accessories and clothes which go best with your personal style.
Like in all European cities, even more now in this globalized era, Budapest also generates new fashion and clothing trends. As it´s well known, fashion in Budapest is part of its daily life, just as it is to always present new models on the international catwalk. Budapest is among the cities which the fall of the Berlin wall suited best. Certainly a city which offers a lot of culture, history and art, as well as first class night entertainment. All of this fits perfectly with a perspective of global growth, in which those cities which were isolated before due to old ideological systems, now flourish trying to be in the centre of the international cultural production.
Retrock presents some of the most interesting designers in Budapest, among which we can find Nanushka, Use Unused, Tamara Banuff and Je suis belle. At Retrock you can find unique pieces, all of them original samples of the newest in international trends. Also, of course, there´s international designer clothes, and fashion created from recycled elements, new materials or vintage, as well as comic books, posters of the 60s and 70s and the best kitch accessories that you can imagine. All of this in an atmosphere in the centre of Budapest, with the best service from a young stuff filled with great energy. For more information of Retrick, visit its official webpage clicking here:Â http://www.retrock.com/
Nothing better than getting apartments in Budapest and being part of emerging fashion in this beautiful city.
Translated by: aleixgwilliam
To talk about design in today´s day and age is to be aware of what is really going on in the field of aesthetic exploration and production and marketing means. All of it is linked with one another: don´t expect that the new t-shirt that you´ve bought in theÂ kitschiest shop in your city has nothing to do with any new conceptual agenda or relation with the newest in political complaints or new ways of production which are environment-friendly. Many designers, today go for ´green´ trends, an option which as well as helping the planet with its immediate corrosion and destruction, works as an even more seductive factorÂ for the product you´re about to consume; and it´s more than obvious, don´t let them fool you: behind any attempt of ´political correctness´ there´s also a catch to get more money out of you so that others make more money.
The ease that design production is made with these days, thanks in the same way to quicker and more efficient means of production, makes that many young people can show their work and that there´s a larger variety of new possibilities. Despite that quantity doesn´t mean quality, what´s true is that among more range of choice regarding fashion, accessories, objects, music or home decoration, there are better options of finding the right gift or fetish. In other words, as well as being a very good option so that thousands of creative people gather, Wamp is also one of the best places to find the most unusual and special Christmas gift, which will surely delight the person receiving the gift, because they will have a unique stylish item, and especially because it will be the latest in Budapest´s world of design.
And so, Wamp is more than a market, it´s a designers exhibition, a space of action, an emerging community of new talents in Budapest. Wamp presents itself once or twice a month during the year. This way, the best in design is available for citizens, tourists, curious people and everyone who is passing by or lives in the beautiful city of Budapest. This way, Wamp is the perfect meeting place for creative people from around the world, as well as the trend setters who search for the cutting edge in European fashion.
Wamp presents the best in graphic arts, photography, painting, sculpture, ceramics, home textiles, fashion, accessories, jewelry, furniture and gastronomy. Some of the names you have to remember when visiting Wamp are,Â MĂO Design, Gera NoĂŠmi, Muka ViktĂłria, Kaintz Regina, Czeizler Zsolt, FĂśldi KlĂĄra, Ligeti MiklĂłs, BringaBag, Becker Judit, CsekĹ Etelka and MUSU among others. For more information on Wamp visit the following webpage:Â http://www.wamp.hu/
Get apartments in Budapest and be part of its vibrant cultural life as well as the unmissable Wamp Market, where you´ll definitely find what you were looking for in new fashion, design and accessories. Highly recommended for artists, designers, art critics and, of course, trend setters.
Translated by: aleixgwilliam