“WE ARE FASHION “: fashion month in Brussels

As every year, Brussels is placing Belgian and international creation in the spotlight with several key events that will set the pace in October.

October is the month of new trends in Brussels. Indeed, from Brussels Fashion Days to the Ethno Tendance Fashion Week, including the Mad Fashion Sales, the European capital will offer visitors and Brussels residents the opportunity to embark on a journey through Belgian fashion and the latest international trends. The opportunity to meet creators, discover their universes and even, sometimes, return home with one of their creations.

Brussels Fashion Days

Brussels Fashion Days, an essential event in the fashion sector and the annual gathering of creators and fashion lovers will be held this year at Tour & Taxis. For its 8th edition, international creators will be given pride of place at the “International Fashion Show” on Saturday evening.

On the programme: fashion shows, a pop-up store with Belgian creations, DIY workshops (sewing, production of accessories, beauty bars, live performances) and a Fashion Party. Location: Tour & Taxis
Dates: 11 to 13/10/2019

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Ethno Tendance Fashion Week Brussels

For its 8th edition, the Ethno Tendance Fashion Week Brussels takes over the Espace Vanderborght. A great opportunity for stylists and creators of all origins to share their know- how and experience and celebrate diversity in all its forms. On the programme: fashion shows, designer and model contests, a pop-up store, a beauty corner, exhibitions, workshops, etc.

Venue: Espace Vanderborght
Dates: 10 to 13/10/2019
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MAD Fashion sales

Two days to find the “masterpiece” for your wardrobe. Brussels fashion creators are taking over MAD to present their collections to the public at attractive prices.
Venue: MAD
Dates: 18 and 19/10/2019

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“Beautiful Lace & Carine Gilson”

In this new exhibition, the Brussels designer reveals what inspires her: the Garden of Eden and Japanese-inspired kimonos, as well as Art Nouveau and the works of famous painters. She talks about her encounters and her collaborations with high-flying artisans. She describes the creative process for her sophisticated, luxury pieces. The codes of her Maison are implicitly revealed because as with every Maison de Couture, a unique DNA runs through her three decades of creation.

Venue: Fashion and Lace Museum
Dates: 10/07/2019 to 19/04/2020
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