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02.08.2011

If you appreciate originality and individuality alongside elegance and practicality, make use of the privilege and become familiar with the interesting costumes offered by various Latvian designers.

If you appreciate originality and individuality alongside elegance and practicality, make use of the privilege and become familiar with the interesting costumes offered by various Latvian designers.

Riga Fashion Week is the biggest fashion event in Latvia, which takes place twice a year – in spring and autumn. However, the latest collections of Latvian designers are also available throughout the year in several fashion houses and Latvian artists’ boutiques. Three of them are located in Riga – “Latvian Fashion Class” at Berga Bazars, “Taste Latvia” in “Galerija Centrs” and “Paviljons” in “Domina”, featuring collections by famous Latvian fashion designers – Natalija Jansone, Zaneta Auzina and Keita.

The fashion collections are rich and offer unique and original fashion masterpieces that will pleasantly surprise you with their prices.

The costumes confirm their designers’ creative maturity and daring, as well as the excellent taste, style and self-confidence of their owner. Latvian fashion designers offer reckless eccentricity that manifests itself in original patterns, fabric colors, composition and design, as well as Nordic restraint and moderation.

http://www.natalijajansone.lv/

http://www.zaneteauzina.com/

http://narciss.lv/narciss_eng.html

http://www.pavlovfashion.com/main.php?lang=en

http://www.030470.com/ss10_1.html

http://www.rfw.lv/index.htm

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