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Baku hosts "Most Fashionable Awards-2015"

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Boulevard Hotel Baku hosted the gala evening of the international prize World Beauty Congress -"Most Fashionable Awards-2015".

The event began with performance of the national anthem of the Azerbaijani Republic and commemoration of Azerbaijani martyrs with a minute of silence.

"Most Fashionable Awards"is a professional award given for the achievements in design, business, culture, art, fashion and sport.

President of World Beauty Congress Zamir Huseynov noted that more than 50 countries take part in the -"Most Fashionable Awards-2015".

Azerbaijan’s nominees have been awarded in various categories, including "The Best actress"- Malayka Asadova; "The Best singer"- Faig Agayev; "The Best Coach"- Kamil Zeynalli; "The Actor "- Ferda Hudaverdiev; "The Youngest Best Actors - Shakhriyar Abilov and Parvin Abieva; "The Actor's Art and Craft "- Aysel Nazim; "The Best Stylist"-"The Fashion Designer" - Aygun Talibova; "The Best Fashion Stylist" - Zulfiya Tagiyeva.

Later, the winners in the category of the Dress of the World -Aygun Talybova and Anar Mammadov - presented their collections.

The event was hosted by Samir Bayramli and Azerbaijani model Sima Sharafetdinova. International project manager is Zamir Huseynov, project coordinator-Agil Mamiyev, Deputy Director General for Managerial Matters Parviz Azimzadeh.

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2016.04.13 / 21:48
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