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Reykjavik Fashion Festival

Mar, 15 | |

The Reykjavik Fashion Festival was established in 2009 and prides itself as the main platform where professional and skillful Icelandic fashion designers exhibit their lovely designs. Reykjavik Fashion Festival aims to make the world see the colorful Icelandic fashion design and also come up with several innovative ideas in the Icelandic Fashion Industry. So many people from different parts of the world including fashion bloggers, foreign and local media and fashion enthusiasts visit Reykjavik to experience this unique Icelandic fashion culture. During the festival, you will find new collections of unique clothing that are of high quality material.

Reykjavik Fashion Festival, which is considered the biggest festival in the whole of Iceland, is a must see. Over the years, the fashion industry in Reykjavik has grown tremendously. For this reason, the people of Iceland organizes The Reykjavik Fashion Festival, an annual festival dedicated to the skillful Icelandic fashion designers, offering them a once in a life time opportunity to be recognized at home and abroad. It is a platform where both new and existing fashion designers in Iceland exhibit their works.

During this period, the city of Reykjavik is usually filled with lots of people including fashion enthusiasts, fashion bloggers and professionals in the fashion industry. Reykjavik Fashion Festival is considered one of the biggest fashion shows in the world that helps in creating shopping and business opportunities. The event is a four-day exhibition of incredible fashion designs and also serves as a platform where professional and talented fashion designers from all over the country introduce their unique and colorful autumn/winter collections for the whole world to see. For a chance to see the biggest and highly creative fashion designers that the beautiful country of Iceland has to offer, make sure your trip coincides with the period when Reykjavik Fashion Festival is celebrated. It is also a time to see diverse styles and superb creativity of the Icelandic fashion designers.

With a population of over 200,000 people, Reykjavik has turned out to become a force to reckon with when it comes to finding high quality and stunning fashion and design. Here, you will find an array of shops and boutiques showcasing several local, top quality designing made by adroit Icelandic fashion designers. Held at Harpa Concert Hal and Conference Center, a magnificent multipurpose hall in the city designed by Henning Larsen Architects and Batteríið, Reykjavik Fashion Festival is a usually that time of the year to see beautiful traditional and contemporary designs for both the male and female, young and old.

Inspired by the beautiful Icelandic nature, Reykjavik Fashion Festival is usually that time of the year when people from all over the world gather to experience the Iceland winter collection of fashion design and inspiring events. The bright summers, astounding nature, pleasant weather, the dark winters influences the culture and creates unique fashion design not seen elsewhere in the world. Come and be the first to experience the amazing traditional Iceland fashion. Reykjavik Fashion Festival offers fashion enthusiast the chance to see stunning designs of top fashion talents and designers in Iceland. Come and get inspired.

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