A collection of conceptual clothes by Romanian designer Carmen Emanuela Popa will go on display at the Russian Centre in Bucharest on March 3rd. The exhibition comprises fashion items from the new autumn/winter 2016 collection, as well as other pieces presented on the international catwalks at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia or Athens Xclusive Designers Week.
The works from Woman N or Contemporary Unknown Soldier collections will be accompanied by the designer’s original drawings. A surprise element of the exhibition will visually mark the emotional relationship of the artist with the Russian culture and art.
The event will also include a ballet moment, a homage paid to the Russian classic ballet with contemporary interferences and a piano recital.
Carmen Popa graduated the Design and Decorative Art Faculty within the Art University in Bucharest and has a master degree in fashion design.
She has recently militated for peace in Paris. The cloth of the Contemporary Unknown Soldier was worn again, this time on a real street catwalk, on the International Peace Day, in September last year.
The display is open through March 3rd to 11th.