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  • NORMCORE exhibition

    If you are in #Budapest, check out this exhibition! It’s an amazing project, im so glad to get to know the fantastic Bori Ivicsis my muse and #design a special outfit for her! ” NORMCORE – Design for #disability culture showcases clothes made for people living with disabilities.  We borrowed the term #Normcore from #contemporary…

  • BRAIN BAR – Budapest – 2018

    Come and check out my presentation and exhibition at Brain Bar Budapest June 1-2! I believe we can use technology in our clothes to enhanche human communication in a physical space, in real time. We are living in a new kind of shared economy, in fact our society is built on the very basic human…

  • ARTMAGAZIN 5 designers to watch

    It’s an honor to be listed amongst the 5 up and coming designers to watch by Pál Koós, the Head of the Design Institute Moholy Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Here is what he said about my work, thanks for the nice introduction: She graduated in 2017 with an MA in Fashion and…

  • Marie Claire interview

    Thanks for the great interview Marie Claire magazine! In the article I share my thoughts on the fashion-tech scene internationally. You can also find out more about the background of my interactive collection INTERKNITTING. View more form Marie Claire

  • Highlights of Hungary awards ceremony

    Thanks for voting me, it was a pleasure to be in this competition!

  • OCTOGON magazin

    OCTOGON  magazine is one of Hungary’s finest architecture and design magazines.  I am very proud to be featured in their latest print version.

  • KOMOD closing

    Four of us founded the KOMOD brand in 2012, our aim was to represent an everyday elegance in a playful and minimalistic way. I worked for years to build KOMOD as co-founder, CEO and designer but because of creative differences we decided to close the company.

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    Master of MOME

    Fashion and Textile Design MA I had a great 2 years at the Masters programme in MOME. I was able to develop new ideas and to experiment.