Fushion Oslo & Oslo Runway, Ready for 2020.
Plans for Fushion Oslo and Oslo Runway 2020 are ready.
Fushion was introduced for the first time in August 2019 as a fashion & art festival. Fushion Oslo is a cultural platform that unites Norwegian fashion, art and culture, this time at DogA – Design and Architecture Norway on the 14th of March 2020. New to this year will be the introduction of a curated overall theme changing for each season, which will serve as a starting point and umbrella for all events, shows and exhibitions. For the upcoming month of March, Fushion Oslo will focus on the theme “From Thought to Action” and looks forward to presenting an exciting program including panel debates, podcasts and exhibitions.
“Fushion Oslo will contribute to a more sustainable society by actively facilitating for and encouraging the sought-out conversations surrounding a circular future. This season’s theme “From Thought to Action” aims to inspire to more sustainable habits of consumption, increased awareness and corporate social responsibility in the industry.”
-Ditte Kristensen, CEO
A Cultural Festival for Everyone
The goal of Fushion Oslo is to create the largest semi-annual cultural event in Norway that conveys the intersection of fashion, art and culture to the people. Furthermore, the festival’s ambition is to be Norway’s leading platform for the visibility of the creative industry. Several actors in the creative industry have long sought a rallying point for creating visibility, dialogue and meeting place, and there is no doubt that we stand stronger in unity as a Norwegian cultural nation.
The events will be open for the public and tickets for March will be on presale from January.
Norwegian cultural nation.
The events will be open for the public and tickets for March will be on presale from January. Oslo Runway Will Make a Comeback Furthermore, we can all look forward to Oslo Runway coming back in August 2020. We can already confirm that the new Munch Museum in Bjørvika will serve as the main arena for one full day of runway shows highlighting sustainable Norwegian design. Oslo Runway and Fushion Oslo can also announce that they have signed an agreement with Patriksson as their official communications partner. Patriksson will bring their network and international experiences into the collaboration and are looking forward to communicating these two strong platforms on a national and international scale.
More information will come.