An ethno-fashion show for Estonian Academy of Arts fashion students is taking place in Jõhvi Concert Hall’s glass gallery on 7 May as part of an international ballet festival. The performance is being led by Piret Puppart. The spectacle is inspired by Estonia’s national heritage, and it offers a modern whirlwind take on the rich ethnography storehouse. The choreographers have brought in further exotic notes that reflect their roots – elements from Chuvash and Mordvin culture that have a familiar, captivating ring. Folk music artist Katariin Raska has included a musical arrangement to add colour to the ethno fashion show. Mark Raidpere and Gregor Jürna’s shots of the fashion design can be seen at the “Sest pärimusest” photo exhibition, which will be on display in Jõhvi Concert Hall for several weeks.
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