Autumn Winter '20
TOMCSANYI Autumn/Winter 2020 collection draws inspiration from the ‘hungarian alps’ Mátra, where several winter camps and hikes took place in the designer’s childhood.
The prints all feel seamlessly personal. Winter birds, sunflower seeds, oak tree leaves and mountain tops make the collection’s signature prints resonate on a higher level, offering comfortable pieces from staying home to evening casual. Taking a more practical approach on this season, -despite the boldness and kaleidoscopic mix of textures and prints-, the combination of the thoughtfully selected fabrics and easy to wear silhouettes are showing a variety of solutions for different activities.
Cupro and viscose fabric already belong to the designer’s vocabulary but this season a higher approach of sustainability meets the usual, loud aesthetic as well.
The designer’s goal for the next 3 years is to become 100% sustainable and some of the comfortable, yet feminine, easy-to-style silhouettes are already climbing the zero waste mountain.
Spring Summer '20
The spring-summer 2020 collection is a summery time travel: comfortable floating on an awfully -beautiful mattress – from the Hungarian rubber production, the Palma beach mattress factory in the '70s. The 8 different prints of the collection involve the whole Palma vibe along the retro mattress motifs.
The garments are made of cupro, cotton, viscose and rayon. All of these materials are natural-based with the comfort of the natural fibres and the easy treatability of man-made textiles. Furthermore, cupro is an exceptionally sustainable choice since cotton waste is used for its production.
The collection reminds of the feeling of a perfectly happy summer vacation with the brand’s key characteristics: the spectacular prints and the clear, easy-to-style silhouettes.
Autumn Winter '19
The inspiration behind the collection is the Alfoldi porcelain manufacture.
It was established in Hungary in 1969 and its products quickly became the most commonly used crockeries both in households and in various sites of hospitality from restaurants to school canteens.
The crockeries were decorated with traditional, detailed flower patterns or with geometrical motifs following the trends of the 70s. These two spectacularly different directions appear in the prints of the AW19/20 collection. Flower compositions in more conventional, small size and excessively scaled up and futuristic stripes and other geometrical patterns are juxtaposed. Blurred details and shifted layers refer to the common printing and painting mistakes of the porcelain mass-production and give a unique and contemporary effect to the prints.
The low key silhouettes are originated from traditional garment types as always. The classical yet comfortable shapes of the tops, dresses and jumpsuits equilibrate the striking prints and result effortless-to-style garments.
One style for all body types
Our new BUDAPEST jumpsuits have just arrived!
This redesign of our beloved Hiraki jumpsuits is perfect for everyone between size XS and XL. Get it for special occasions or brighten up the busy weekdays with it! It's available in 11 different fabrics: with our iconic prints or in pleasing colours.
As a manifestation of our commitment to sustainability we would like to distance ourselves from seasonally changing trends so we're going to sell these pieces permanently.
Until the 25th of June you can order your favourite with a special 10% discount with the code BUDAPEST.
The TOMCSANYI items are thoughtful yet fun, sailing between minimalism and eclecticism. They are characterized by a retrospective aesthetics recalling the bygone days of the Eastern-European socialist era, but it is strongly mixed with high-end fashion and top-notch minimalism, making the brand one of the most interesting Hungarian fashion labels.