The Designer's Story

Alma Vetlényi graduated at Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design, Budapest with specialization in textile and fashion design.

Her relationship with sustainable fashion started the same time she started her career as a fashion designer. She took part in different international fashion design contest, where she was discovered by professionals and won several prizes.

She immediately fell in love with experimenting new, eco friendly ways to design
and produce sustainable clothing. These professional acknowledgements and the positive feedback from the audience made her to continue discovering new concepts and designing sustainable collections.

Her creations intends to reflect on the everyday struggles in life as well as the spiritual products carrying cultural benefits from different layers of society. Thus the main aim is to investigate the present in order to design for future.

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/ Forbes Magazine Hungary 30 under 30 listed


/ 1st International Young Designers Contest, Kyiv

Represented Hungary as one of the most talented central european designer


/ Best Hungarian Fashion Designer Award

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Central Europe –

“Gombold Újra” International   Designer Contest

/ The best Young Designer of the year

Marie Claire Hungary

Fashion shows / Achievements


/ Marie Claire Fashion Days

Fashion show with Metuselah collection

/ Fashion Revolution Week Hungary – Lecturer and Exhibitor


/ Helsinki Design Week

Hungarian Designers in Search of Sustainability – Exhibitor

/ Munich Creative Business Week

Meet the Designers pop-up, Loft Im Tal Gallery – Exhibitor


/ Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Central Europe

Central European Designers, Museum of Applied Arts

/ WAMP London

Re-Think, Black Swan Studios – Exhibitor

/ Design Week Budapest

Sustainable Design, Gregersen Art Point – Exhbitor

Elementary Design, Arts Studio – Exhibitor


/ Marie Claire Fashion Days

Fashion Show with the award winning ECOllection

/ International Eco Design Festival

Opening Fashion Show


/ Hungarian Embassy in Berlin

Group Exhibition