Photo by: ZG WinterFairYtale Archives
Zagreb Winter FairYtale
A fairy tale come true
A unique exhibition of beautiful and valuable things, Zagreb Winter FairYtale, justified its title of the best indoor event at the Advent in Zagreb. The common thread of the many events at the fair is best exemplified by saying: Life is beautiful.
With Mastercard as its general sponsor and the Doubletree by Hilton and Canopy by Hilton hotels backing it, the fair was also supported by a number of partners who have recognised the value of this extraordinary exhibition: Kraljevski vinogradi/The Royal Vineyards, Gorenje, Fakat, Pernod Ricard, Stories and Lagradi Wines. During its four days, the visitors to the fair had the opportunity to talk to 35 exhibitors and see more than 50 world’s top brands that have quality and style in common. Premium cars accounted for a significant portion of the merchandise displayed. Among them was a Rolls Royce Wraith Luminary, the first of just 55 collector’s items to be manufactured, the new Porsche Macan model, metal beauties from Audi, Maserati, Mercedes, Ferrari and Lamborghini, but there was also a royal carriage on display. In addition to the Frauscher 858 Phantom, the event brought together the elite of the Croatian yachting – MennYacht, representing the Ferretti Group, Navis Marine on behalf of the Azimut Group, the Sunseeker Adriatic Group and Princess Yachts Adriatic. At their side there were Hallberg Rassy, the boutique marina Martinis Marchi and ACI d.d. Visitors were also able to test their golf skills helped by Sport Concept. In the exhibition section, we were able to see the best from the world of fine watchmaking: the Mamić company exhibited a Rolex, the Malalan Breitling company displayed an extremely beautiful selection of diamond jewellery of its own design, and Krona presented Omega and Hublot watches. In the fashion section, the I DO bridal boutique displayed its selection of wedding gowns and men’s tailored suits, which are a 100% Croatian product, while the boutique Absolute presented Karl Lagerfeld suits for men. Their fashion statements were joined by Boris Pavlin, who displayed his spring and summer dresses.