The Monte-Carlo Fashion Week returns for its 6th edition May 16-20, 2018

Young, Talented, International, Emerging, Sustainable, Innovative, Glamorous… these adjectives perfectly describe the profile of the designers and brands participating in the upcoming edition of the Monte-Carlo Fashion Week (MCFW©), May 16-20, 2018.

Organized since 2013 by the Chambre Monégasque de la Mode (CMM), with the continuous support of the Government, the City Hall and the Tourism Office of the Principality of Monaco, the MCFW© will provide a rich calendar of runways and presentations of capsule, resort, cruise and pre-collections prêt-à-porter Spring/Summer 2019.

The innovative creations of talented emerging designers participating in MCFW© come from all over the world and are from different ethnic backgrounds, generating a lively multicultural exchange. The mix of styles, cultures and visions results in a successful combination of fashion, art and design.

Amal Azhari will display her creativity from Lebanon, with her modern yet romantic caftans and bags with soft edges.

Thelma Espina from Guatemala will share her Mayan futurist vision and Sara Cavazza Facchini, Creative Director of the Italian prêt-à-porter fashion house Genny since 2013 will be presenting their sustainable collection.

At last Rahul Mishra, described by Suzy Menkes as India’s national treasure,  will showcase his SS2019 capsule collection.

The 6th edition will be inaugurated on Saturday, May 16, at the MCFW© Fashion Awards Ceremony & Gala Dinner at the prestigious Yacht Club of Monaco.

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