The twentieth season of the biggest national fashion event took place from 1 to 3 November in the Museum of the City of Skopje, joining the celebration of the 70th anniversary of this monumental building in the metropolis.

Under the slogan “Ten years together – the story continues”, Fashion Weekend Skopje entered the second decade of its existence. The honor to open the event went to designer Irina Tosheva, who holds the record for number of appearances in the past ten years. The start of the weekend was marked by her winter collection “REM”, whose key motive is fine art and surrealism.

It was followed by “Five o’clock in the afternoon on a November day” with the signature of Krenare Rugova from Kosovo, as well as the show presentation of SIGMA Jewelry, the brаnd for luxurious jewelry and sophisticated fashion accessories. For all conceptual design lovers, the award-winning platform IVAN ASEN 22 from Sofia provided a spectacular visual experience with a multimedia display of the “+7 HOURS” installation.

The next day all roads headed first to the Skopje Railway Station, from where the promising name Teodora Mitrovska sent the visitors on a fashion trip through the past with her “20.18” collection. The creations inspired by old Yugoslavia time, nostalgically revived through an avant-garde stage show inside Josip Broz Tito’s blue train.

The programme in the Museum of the City of Skopje continued with the Bulgarian contemporary and alternative brand Jar & Jam, whose limited-edition pieces of clothes in candy shades are intended for gourmands with a youthful and playful spirit. On the other hand, young designer Zana Aliu’s fashion vision with the ‘’La Nuit’’ collection was to show why black color is the perfect harmony of elegance.

Mila Spasovska made her first steps on the domestic scene under the label of Yamuna, debuting with her solo collection “Texture of Mind”. Afterword a joint performance by the talented participants of “Nitka“ was played on the runway.

Students of “Djolev and the Arts” also confirmed that Macedonian fashion has bright future the last day, through a group show featuring individual design stories under the mentorship of Professor Nikola Eftimov.

Natalia Terziya premiered her minimalistic and comfortable, sport glam clothing line “Terziya movement”. As penultimate, the imagination for autumn-winter 19/20 was showcased in front of the audience by Sara Redzic. The ending was reserved for the “E!Motion” collection of “Go by Olgica Gjorgieva”.

Teodora Mitrovska

Teodora Mitrovska


Ivan Asen

Jar & Jam

Go by Olgica Gjorgieva

Djolev and the Arts