Armenian-Romanian fashion exhibition is opened in Bucharest

On June 7 European moving exhibition named “Fashion way: through the dialogue borders” took place in the Romanian newly-built National Library hall. The exhibition includes collection of five Armenian and five European young designers, press and information department informs about this.

Armenian Ambassador to Romania Hamlet Gasparyan, vice chairperson of Romanian cultural institute Tania Radu and head of the British Council Armenian branch Arevik Saribekyan opened the exhibition.

Armenian Ambassador noted that the exhibition started from very right point as Romania has been the South-Eastern gate of Europe both historically and geopolitically. H. Gasparyan added that Romania is the nearest European part for Armenia as well.

“Armenian-Romanian common values open doors and the minds. Visit and enjoy Armenian churches in Suchava, Armenian museum in Bucharest. Armenian temples in Gerla and Dumbraven and you will see how Armenian and Romanian cultures are assimilated and which new value is got.

I think that young generation must be informed about this. Let’s invite them to get acquainted with these values and to know our joint past and heritage in order to go forward and to create our common European house together”.

Then Romanian modeler Andra Kltzan and Armenian modeler Aram Nikolyan told about the joint works and models.

The exhibition will last till June 24.


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