Evgeni Petkov: A young blood running through eco-fashion’s veins

The third article I wrote for Bastet Noir is already posted. This job is so fulfilling and exciting, I look forward to every new text. This time we’re elaborating the work of a young Bulgarian designer who promises to bring eco-fashion closer to the region. Evgeni Petkov is amazing, so read the whole text HERE and find out why. Thank you for your support and if you like the article reward it with a LIKE 🙂

Providing eco-materials and building a sustainable eco-brand, especially in his native Bulgaria, was not an easy task and Evgeni took this bull by the horns. At Sofia Fashion Weekend in 2009 he had the audience in awe with the flowing floor length gowns and ethereal yet picturesque pieces made of fine European silks and recycled fabrics upcycled from traditional Bulgarian costumes.
“Providing eco-materials and building a sustainable eco-brand, especially in his native Bulgaria, was not an easy task and Evgeni took this bull by the horns. At Sofia Fashion Weekend in 2009 he had the audience in awe with the flowing floor length gowns and ethereal yet picturesque pieces made of fine European silks and recycled fabrics upcycled from traditional Bulgarian costumes.”

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