Amnesia Presents Budapest-Inspired Fall 2019 Line at New York Fashion Week – Exclusive Video
Hungarian fashion designer Eva Prokai used her home country as the direct inspiration for the Amnesia Fall 2019 line. Prokai’s brand debuted the city-themed collection during this February season of New York Fashion Week, and Hungary’s capital city of Budapest was celebrated in each look that walked the runway.
Vibrant, ombré-effect maxi skirts and edgy outerwear styles were printed with Budapest’s most famous scenic landmarks, while a standout ensemble – composed of a fiery red blouse and skirt combination – turned a vintage-inspired Hungarian postage stamp art into a head-turning graphic motif. Bold logos incorporated some street style edge into the fashion-forward prints for an elegant collection that also feels modern and wearable.
The Richard Magazine editorial team sat front row at the season’s fashion show, hosted by Nolcha Shows – and we are pleased to bring you exclusive photos and videos from the runway presentation that celebrates the modern city-dwelling fashionista. Plus, we journeyed backstage before the show to get a closer look at all the impeccable details that make this collection shine.
Click through the gallery below to view Richard Magazine exclusive photos from the Amnesia Fall 2019 collection runway show.
To see the Amnesia Fall 2019 runway show from NYFW in action, be sure to press play on our exclusive video below.
More fashion news from the Amnesia brand. More New York Fashion Week runway recaps. All images by Thomas Wolosik for Richard Magazine, Video by Gerard Reyes
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