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Anwaryan

Anwaryan is the new concept of femininity. Confidence with delicacy, strength with softness, the wonderful woman who has to be reserved. Captivating and out of reach. Majestic, ageless, innocent as a maiden and exciting as a lady. Misterious. Her dress is her way of expressing her inner beauty. Mutable thouhg keeping her dignity.

Anwaryan

Who we are

Anwaryan is led by two designers, Dr. Suzy Anwar and Julia Taryan.
Dr. Suzy Anwar is an economist, and at the top of her career she made her dream come true and has become a fashion designer. Julia Taryan has long searched for inspiration abroad when she finally found her way in fashion in her hometown. Both are members of National Fashion League Hungary.
Anwaryan attanded Budapest Fashion Week. several times Wo’a and Yellow Ribbon Collection are the main collections of Anwaryan.

Wo’a collection

Accidental, fluid, eternal, soft, strong, mercurial, moving, perpetual, variable… water. Blue wawes, ripple, when you toss a pebble into the pond. Shine, glimmer, reflex, contrast. Symbols of the softness and strength of the woman.
This quality has been our drive not only at the results but also int he desinging process: what we see is the result of searching new ways, forming, and a continuous changing. A snapshot: tomorrow everything would be different…

Yellow Ribbon Collection

Vitality, sunshine, playfulness and liberty…characterize the 2015 spring-summer collection of Anwaryan. In this collection the youthful enthusiasm and optimism of the fifties of Italy and the USA is combined with the regularity, light colours and stylishness of Japanese design.

Gallery

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