In 2018, one of the central themes is the strong women and it's just getting more and more important from year to year. One of the biggest cultural event in Hungary is the Frida Kahlo Exhibiton that brought in the central the artist again with her unstoppable energy, strength and persistance.
Since Szputnyik shop helped to bring the Timeless exhibition a pop-up store opened in the same venue. We had to stop right at the entrance to examine a pair of studded Christian Louboutins right next to a pair of Yves Saint-Lauren pumps, but the houndstooth printed Escada jacket also cought our attention.
TIMELESS - Photo exhibition dedicated to vintage
Szputnyik shop invites everyone interested in fashion and photography for a time travel in the name of Slow Fashion. At the exhibition organised in Fogasház the timeless beauty of vintage clothes is presented through the creations of Zsófia Heisler and Marcell Krulik.
Reflecting to each other, the artists revive past and present connected by the clothes appearing in the photo-pairs. The two eras reflecting each other show that vintage as a style is ageless.
Szputnyik shop invites every fashion and photography lover to an unusual time-travel in the name of slow fashion. Between 29 September and 17 October, a temporary exhibition showcases a collection of artwork from Zsófia Heisler and Marcell Krulik that stresses the hidden value, the uniqueness and the quality of vintage clothing.
Szputnyik shop invites all fans of fashion and photography to an extraordinary journey in the neame of slow fashion. The temporary exhibition will portray the timeless beauty of vintage clothes through Zsófia Heisler's and Marcell Kurlik's photography.
"Six months ago the head of Szputnyik shop, which is a vintage store, Ingrid Szekeres has came up to me with the idea of an exhibition during Design Week in the name of slow fashion and they would like me to do it."
Spring waiting exhibition in Szputnyik D20! The Exibition is a part of the Portfolio Points course of events in which the visitors can browse through Jácint Jónás’s (image-writer) extraordinary pictures between our clothes.