Tallinn's booming fashion culture to shine at annual show

  • 2003-11-13
  • By Justin Petrone
TALLINN - Despite being named as one of the global capitals of style recently in Newsweek magazine's international edition, Tallinn only hosts two big fashion shows a year. The first, SuperNoova, isn't so much a show as a competition for Estonian designers, complete with prizes. It has plenty of ideas, but doesn't really allow designers to let their hair down.That's where the ERKI Moeshow comes in. Run by the Estonian Academy of Arts, the ERKI Moeshow is the descendent of a fashion show that was created in 1981 at the Academy of Arts' predecessor, the Estonian National Arts Institute. Altho...
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