Central Asia Fashion

International Fashion Central Asia Fashion is one of the most attractive, powerful and successful fashion exhibitions in the Central Asian region. The event has proved to be the only specialized event in the fashion retail market of Kazakhstan, which attracts authoritative leaders of the market and its new players.

Central Asia Fashion is a unique platform for establishing business contacts and implementing best business decisions, tremendous opportunity to promote products and demonstrate them to chosen, professional audience – fashion retailers and buyers of all the Central Asian region.

International Fashion Central Asia Fashion is a member of the “Association of the Russian Union of Exhibitions and Fairs”, as well as a winner of the honorary award – PROfashion Award -2015 – in nomination “The best branch exhibition of the year”.

Package Tours

4D3N  2 DAYS FASHION TOUR 16/3/2019 19/3/2019
7D6N 3 DAYS FASHION TOUR + 1 DAY NAURYZ 16/3/2019 22/3/2019
9D8N 3 DAYS FASHION TOUR + 3 DAYS NAURYZ 16/3/2019 24/3/2019

What is Nauryz ?

Nauryz Holiday | Nauryz – feast of spring renewal

In Kazakhstan spring arrives fully on 21 March – on the special day when Nauryz is celebrated, signifying not only the spring equinox but also renewal of nature. Nauryz in Kazakhstan symbolizes fertility, friendship and love. On this special day people dress up, visit close people and keep wishing well. For eastern nations, Nauryz is the same as New Year, as both holidays are messengers of a new life. Even the name of the holiday “Nauryz” is translated from Farsi as “new day”.

Nauryz is a holiday that was celebrated before Islam; it was a remnant of memory form pagan ancestors when they honored natural cults. So, for example, in India they celebrate Lori – the last day of cold winter, in Egypt they call the beginning of spring as Jam en-Nessim, in Israel they celebrate Tu bi-shvat that is the season of rain, in Iceland there is Sumarsdag – day of arrival of summer. Nauryz has no relation to religion, on this day people all around Kazakhstan sing and dance, and take part in national games and merrymaking.

Read more about Nauryz here.