“Fashion on screen” at Nixon

Today is the third day of “Fashion on screen”, the first fashion film festival ever presented in Athens, especially curated by Filep Motwary for Fashion Workshop by Vicky Kaya. The atmosphere of the new Nixon screening room is absolutely fantastic. You can combine a series of beautiful fashion films and documentaries with drinks, snacks and your loving friends, so what else could I ever ask for? The opening day and the party that followed on Wednesday was smashing and yesterday I had the chance to watch “The day before: Jean-Paul Gaultier” and “Helmut Newton: Frames from the edge” among other great films. Today I’m on my way for “Bill Cunningham New York” documentary, regarding the legendary photographer and tomorrow is the last day, so take a look at the schedule here.

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In the link below you can have a small taste from Sølve Sundsbø’s breathtaking film:

The everchanging face of beauty

Photos by Ysmf, Fashion Workshop, Mirella Alexou, Lefteris Siarapis


Fashion on screen

Filep Motwary, in collaboration with FWbVK, selects some of the best fashion films in a four-day non-profit event for educational purposes in Athens.

From 13/11 until 16/11 the renewed screening room of Nixon will be the perfect meeting point for everyone who loves fashion and cinema: “Fashion on Screen”, curated by​ costume ​designer, photographer and blogger Filep Motwary, will project new and older fashion films that had a great impact on the world of fashion.


The first day will start with the Fashion Films Opening Party, while a montage, made by Filep Motwary with the most glorious moments of fashion in modern cinema will be on, right after the film about Comme des Garçons “White Drama” exhibition and The Hunger (1983), starring Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie.

The days to follow we’ll be able to see documentaries about Diana Vreeland, Helmut Newton, Jean Paul Gaultier and Vivienne Westwood among others. A selection of winner short fashion films by Diane Pernet is included in the schedule, as well as short fashion interviews on film directed by Antoine Asseraf. Finally, the event will close on the 16th with the three-part documentary Fashion!, which casts a view on fashion from 1980s until today.

At NIXON Screening Room: Agisilaou 61, Athens

The entrance to the screenings is going to be free, but limited. Soon you will inform you about how to book your seat online. 

Poster photo courtesy of Sølve Sundsbø / The ever changing face of beauty / W magazine / P&G PRESTIGE”


At Margiela

Visiting Paris for the fashion week is double pleasure for me, since it’s a great chance to meet my beloved friend Filep,

whom I hardly ever see and I’m missing so.

Arriving at the Hotel Salomon de Rothschild where the Maison Martin Margiela show was set, we descovered that our seats were once again cheek to cheek! Lots of pictures in my camera are waiting to come out to the light, please be patient because my feet are killing me and my  vitality battery is low

Last picture by Filep Motwary