TedxLiberty Bridge Women concluded with a Terike from Budapest fashion show

Date: 2023.11.08
The TedxLiberty Bridge Women event on 9 November culminated in an unconventional fashion show by Terike from Budapest, a platform founded by MOME students. The show presented the core thoughts and values underlying the Terike initiative.

Terike from Budapest (TfB) started out in June 2020 as an Instagram page featuring young fashion designers but quickly outgrew the social media outlet. Since then, it has been an independent platform with a mission to defend and advocate for the integrity of the fashion business, and improve the exposure of emerging designers. Re-formed in summer 2023, the team (fashion designers Fanni László and Valentin Szarvas, and design culture researchers Cintia Tamás, Anna Keszeg) regard fashion and fashion design education crucial. In their opening presentation delivered at the TED event, they sketched the situation and challenges of emerging Hungarian fashion designers around the allegorical figure of Terike the seamstress. 

The show began after the reading of the statement, condensing the essence of everything Terike is about. The goal was to reinvent the fashion show genre, and for this purpose, contemporary dancer Réka Oberfrank was asked to create the choreography. The models, altogether 28, included dancers and professional models, and were dressed in the designs of five young talents – three graduates from MOME and two from London schools (Judit Bárány, Dorottya Csókási, Fanni László, Anna Rókusfalvy, Valentin Szarvas).   

The video of the event will soon be available on TED’s Youtube channel.  

Dancers and models involved in the performance: Bánk Bagyinszki, Cristina Agueda, Liza Csóka, Ruben Farkas, Viktória Galambos, Nikolett Gulyás-Szabó, Áron Horváth (Avantage Models), Dóra Málna Horváth, Arina Késely, Gábor Kindl, Mátyás Kovács, Franciska Laczkó, Zsófia Lipták, Míra Markella (Avantage Models), Szonja Mayer, Nikolett Molnár, Réka Oberfrank, Ábel Ónódy, Máté Pálinkás, Dóra Szabó, Szofi Zea Szamosvölgyi, Írisz Szedlacsek, Laura Szomolányi, Ticiána Tóth, Blanka Tóth, Lana Varga, Luca Wéber. Make-up artists: Zsófia Lilla Bán, Bori Füge, Tícia Megulesz. 

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