Malta Fashion Week 2015 will be held in Valletta between May 9 and 15.
The Valletta 2018 Foundation, in collaboration with the Mercedes-Benz Malta launched the event jointly. Foundation Chairman Jason Micallef said “This is the second year in which Malta Fashion Week events are taking place in Valletta, as part the European Capital of Culture Programme in the run up to 2018”.
Malta Fashion Week has been developing over the past years bringing together economic and artistic aspects while placing Malta’s fashion industry on the international map. This proves that such projects are sustainable and will have a lasting legacy up to 2018 and beyond.
“Fashion, like other strands of art, is a fast growing creative industry in Malta,” said the Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government, Owen Bonnici. “The electoral manifesto includes two specific measures on the sector including the promotion of local talent and the government is determined to see the sector grow into a thriving industry”.
Malta Fashion Week Executive Producer, Adrian J. Mizzi explained the programme of events in detail noting that venues include; the Upper Barrakka Lift at Lascaris Wharf, Ordnance Street, The Palace, Palazzo de La Salle, the Mediterranean Conference Centre, and the Malta Chamber of Commerce.
He noted that the 2014 edition of the Malta Fashion Week was featured in over 40 international newspapers and websites. Interest from journalists, bloggers and photographers as well as designers has grown this year. A total of 32 designers, including seven international designers, will be part of the Malta Fashion Week.
Now in its 5th edition, the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Malta 2015 promises to be an amazing week of high quality fashion shows and events that reach the highest standards of similar events worldwide.
Valletta will be showcasing some of Malta’s best talent in the fashion industry from fashion designers to catwalk models, stylists and make-up artists, photographers, bloggers, writers and other fashionsitas.
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