Nikolyan Fashion House was founded by fashion designer Aram Nikolyan in 2003. Nikolyan has presented Rock On a Rock, Yerevan Jazz, Yerevan, Urfa: Reborn Values and Ayntap collections that became equally popular and successful. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Nikolyan is presenting MUSA:Parajanov collection inspired by Sergey Parajanov’s art, life and experience. The collection touches upon Parajanov's inexhaustible imagination and natural talentrepresenting Parajanov as an artist, his movies and collages.
KIVERA NAYNOMIS was founded in 2006 by young fashion designer Arevik Simonyan. Over the years, her name has become famous in fashion industry. She worked for celebrities like Alsoo, Maria Mironova, Nazeni Hovhannisyan, Iveta Mukuchyan, Nune Yesayan and others. Each collection is the combination of her mind and imagination. Arevik’s inspiration is the environment. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Arevik Simonyan is presenting new brand KIVERA which is a new line of KIVERA NAYNOMIS and is designed for true fashion lovers. This collection of creative and simple solutions can’t leave indifferent those who understand fashion and want to look different every day.
After winning the famous E-Fashion Awards 2016 designer Armine Ohanyan founded her own brand in Paris She participated in Paris and Vancouver fashion weeks, had her own runway in the famous VIP Room club in Paris, had a showroom within the framework of London fashion week. She creates clothing both for women and men using modern technologies like 3D printing etc. Her inspiration is the nature. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Armine Ohanyan is presenting a collection inspired by the wind: the trail that leaves the wind on nature, transforming everything on its way.
FAINA is one of the most popular and favorite fashion brands in Armenia. The brand currently produces stylish clothing: from sports collection (Active by Fainа) to wedding dresses (Bride by Faina) and kid’s clothing (Kids by Faina). Faina participated in many showrooms. She collaborates both with local and international brands. Armenian show business representatives wear FAINA at various ceremonies and festivals.
Shadoyan brand was founded in 1999 in Syria by fashion designer Kevork Shadoyan. Since 2012 the brand started operating in Armenia. The most popular collection is the Renaissance dedicated to the 100th year of remembrance of the Armenian Genocide. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Shadoyan is presenting its eastern style Back To The Black collection with lace elements standing out by handmade work.
Young Harmony was founded by Harmony Yerevan creative team, fashion designer is Michael Danielyan. The brand is for young and fashionable women. It emphasizes woman's individuality and femininity. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Young Harmony is presenting its first collection that is inspired by military style. It features graphic cuts, color palette and elements that are typical to military uniforms. The collection also features floral prints making the military theme more feminine and giving feel of peace. Tumanyan 37, Made Store
Biayni was founded by fashion designer Vahan Khachatryan in 2015. It is the first brand that designs mass production clothing.. Biayni has presented Alice In Wonderland, Mini Mouse, Marie Antoinette and Ohay collections. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 the brand is presenting a collection dedicated to the 90s style and specifically the Spice Girls music band. Tumanyan 35, Dalma Garden Mall, Tashir Mall
The brand was started in late 2015 by architectural and fashion designer Vicken Derderian after leaving his position on the BCBG Runway Design team. In 2016, he decided to collaborate with former Academy of Art University Graduate School classmate and BCBG coworker Kyung Hwa Kim. The brand creates luxury based clothing using high standards of construction and blending old and new world techniques. The brand’s design mantra is “Our fashion is a more intimate architecture of the body”. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Vicken Derderian is presenting a collection that initially is about women in flight. The designers did not want the collection to just portray literal elements of flight, they wanted to inspire and be inspired by women who break the proverbial “glass ceiling.”
Petoor was founded by two designers Ani Mkrtchyan and Sirarpi Adamyan in 2016. Petoor's ideology is simple: clothing should be light, high quality, comfortable and extremely feminine. The brand is created to offer consumers a new concept of nightwear which is suitable not only at home, but also in urban life. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Petoor is presenting Autumn-Winter 2017 collection inspired by Eastern culture. The collection includes Japanese kimonos decorated with embroidered dragons. Heroes of this collection are in love with luxury and comfort everywhere: at home, leisure, even gym.
Ankasa boutique was founded by fashion designer Anka Sukiasyan. She creates dresses that stand out with colorful solutions and are designed for extravagant, individualistic, but at the same time elegant women. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Ankasa is presenting dresses that emphasise femininity and self-confidence and are appealing to those who love bohemian lifestyles.
In 2015 Anna Hakobyan realizes her childhood dreamsetting up her own fashion brand. At Oriflame Fashion Night 2016 she was in the Top Ten of Young Fashion Designers with her Glacial Sunset collection. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Anna Hakobyan is presenting Louvre In Love collection inspired by the Louvre with its unique beauty and elegance. Anna's life slogan is “Do any job with great love”. The Louvre In Love collection reflects Anna’s love and passion towards her profession and life.
Z.G.EST was founded by Alla Pavlova and the brand designer is Anna Abajyan. Z.G.EST is encrypted as Zero Gravity Established to state that their clothes are so comfortable and so cozy that will give the feeling of zero gravity. At the same time, ”zgest” in Armenian means ”dress”. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Zgest is presenting Mystery of Shadows S/S 2018 collection which stands out with its art elements referring to Armenian history and heritage. This gives a very unique and genuine appearance which is reflected both. in shapes and prints. The collection presents the mystery of nature found in shadows of objects and human body.
Anes Fashion was founded by fashion designer Anushik Saroyan in 2015 in Gyumri. Her colorful and elegant dresses are inspired by nature. Up to now, Anushik Saroyan has created two collections: Next (Fashion of the future) and Scattered Flowers (wedding dresses). At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Anes Fashion is presenting All About Sky collection that includes evening and cocktail dresses made of velvet fabrics with embroidery and stones. The source of her inspiration is the heaven.
ProshyanDesign was founded by designer Edita Proshyan in 2015. She was one of Top Ten Young Fashion Designers at Oriflame Fashion Night 2016 with her Ice Sunset collection. Edita's inspiration is the Renaissance era. Up to now, the designer has created three collections. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 ProshyanDesign is presenting a collection inspired by Versailles, the residence of Ludovico's 14th in France. Versaillic style collection is designed for “royal” women who wear this clothing for remarkable evenings to emphasize their uniqueness.
BalMari was founded by fashion designer Marine Balasanyan in 2015. BalMari’s success started right after Oriflame Fashion Night 2016 which was followed by project proposals. Inspiration for Marine Balasanyan is travelling, the world around and everything that is visible and perceptible, emotions that she gets from books, movies and the music. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 BalMari is presenting Struggle: Black vs White collection inspired from early 21th century fashion trends: from casual clothes to elegant dresses and all in black & white, reflecting the simplicity of a woman. And despite the ever-evolving fashion, the world dictates its complex and modern requirements, but one thing is undeniable- struggle of black and white is eternal.
Shabeeg was founded by designer Mary Sukiasyan. The brand is an Armenian fashion brand for t-shirts with ethnic Armenian prints. Shabeeg aims to not only present the Armenian Heritage universally using t-shirts and its brand, but also become visual ambassador of 6,000yeardesign innovation. Shabeeg became famous by Fauna collection notably with the t-shirts depicting Van Cats. Later, the King and Queens collection was a bigger success. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Shabeeg is presenting a collection inspired by the Armenian alphabet and the Armenian Calligraphy mainly found in the ancient Armenian Grabar manuscripts in Matenadaran. There is much unchartered territory in the Armenian calligraphy section regarding its certain powers, so the brand wanted to use its collection as a medium to show the world another treasure Armenians possess.
Maison Jhangirian is a young brand that has been founded by fashion designer Narek Jhangirian in 2017. Narek is participating at Oriflame Fashion Weekend for the second year. The young fashion designer has received number of invitations to participate in Fashion Week events in London, Paris, and New York. His inspiration is the woman as an independent character. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Maison Jhangirian presents new 10 looks which illuminate the will of the woman in colors: beige (flexibility, comfort, fragility, neutrality) and black (power, authority, revolution, confidence, emptiness and sadness).
Fashion designer Nelly Serobyan founded her own brand in 2015. Postmodernism style is typical to her collections. Nelly Serobyan's inspiration is the beauty and everything that is positive: from the combination of colors to people walking on streets. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Nelly Serobyan is presenting her collection inspired from vordan karmir and obsidian.
Sonya Avagyan's goal is to show the world Armenian culture with a new vision and image. Her eye for fashion has developed through years by studying the art of different cultures. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Sonya Avagian is presenting her new collection which is a collaboration with calligraphist Ruben Malayan. They’ve tried to find similarities between clothing design and the art of calligraphy. As a result, the collection consists of simple yet talking clothes with hand written Armenian proverb prints.
Kivetat was founded in 2016 by fashion designer Tatev Yaghmuryan. The brand became popular by t-shirts designed with Armenian elements. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Kivetat is presenting its first S/S 2018 collection designed for brave and fashionable people.
Tatevik Manukyan with 15 years of experience in fashion design, founded MAVITA brand in 2010. She finds her inspiration in beauty and nature. Under the brand Mavita she has collaborated with many Armenian celebrities (Lilit Hovhannisyan, Arevik Alaverdyan, Armenchik and others). At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 MAVITA is presenting a collection of evening and cocktail dresses, the peculiarity of which is the combination of different fabrics and textures.
Fashion designer Tereza Gharabaghtsyan founded TERESS brand in 2014. Terress enters Armenian fashion industry with its No Bleak Nature collection. The brand is also known with its minimalistic and melodic Piano collection as well as Seawi collection inspired from sea colors. At Oriflame Fashion Weekend 2017 Teress is presenting its new Ready-to-wear S/S 2018 collection. It is entirely about woman: delicate, dreamy, romantic and at the same time brave, self-confident and practical. The collection features its functionality, including suits, jumpsuits, cocktail and evening dresses.