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I just found that there was a fashion walk with traditional Romanian costumes from the Museum Dimitrie Gusti.
I have seen this type of fashion walks happening in Ukraine and I was always wondering why don’t they do it in Romania as well.
I am in love with costumes they showed and I took the liberty of sharing them with you here and letting you know about this Fashion Philosophy event.
As you can see, in the pictures below, they used at this event authentic vintage costumes, mostly women’s costumes, for almost each area of the country.
Dobrogea is missing, as always.
They used almost every piece of the costume, at most of them they used the head piece but they missed the jewelry and shoes. I understand why they didn’t used the shoes but I am wondering why they did not used some of the jewelry. Maybe it had to do with safety and I am comparing this event with the events that are happening in Ukraine.
I am happy that this catwalk showed the vintage fashion of the Romanian people and I hope that they make a tradition.
These pictures are valuable for the people that love the traditional Romanian costume and want to see it outside of the Museum, on a human being.
Muntenia
Traditional Romanian costume from Muntenia
Traditional Romanian costume from Muntenia
Traditional Romanian Costume from Muntenia

Oltenia

 

Transilvania – Sibiu

Traditional Romanian costume from Sibiu
Traditional Romanian costume from Sibiu
Traditional Romanian costume from Sibiu

Banat

Traditional Romanian costume from Banat
Traditional Romanian costume from Banat
Traditional Romanian costume from Banat

Muscel

Traditional Romanian costume from Muscel
Traditional Romanian costume from Muscel
Traditional Romanian costume from Muscel

Padureni

Traditional Romanian costume from Padureni
Traditional Romanian costume from Padureni

Maramures

Traditional Romanian costume from Maramures
Traditional Romanian costume from Maramures

Bucovina

Traditional Romanian costume from Bucovina
Traditional Romanian costume from Bucovina
Traditional Romanian costume from Bucovina

 

They also had male costumes on the cat walk.

Male costume Maramures
Male costume Maramures

These vintage costumes still influence fashion designers today, and most of them don’t even give credit about it. I am glad that we now have good quality pictures with these costumes and that they will inspire people into discovering the vintage art craft of the Romanian culture.

 

 I hope you like this post and that I made you curious about the traditional Romanian costumes.
Simona Moon.

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