Ferenc Csabay designer of the CSF brand got into the world of clothing during his childhood. He was born to a family of tailors and furriers therefore he spent most of his childhood among textiles, sewing machines, threads and needles.
From an early age his mother took him to fashion shows where he could get an insight into the backstage work. Thanks to these impulses he first became a qualified tailor. Since/couple of years later, as he was more into the creative part of clothing he decided to study at the well-known Krea school of Fashion and graduated as a fashion designer. After graduation he joined several creative projects to gain experience how to set up his own brand.
In 2009, the CSF brand was launched and has quickly moved forward in the world of fashion. At the very start, Ferenc Csabay and his crew worked hard to establish a solid image for the CSF brand. The first big success of the brand was the debut of the first collection as part of the official program of the Berlin Fashion Week in the Project Galerie, Berlin. The forthcoming collections have been constantly monitored by the international press and the industry.
The CSF style includes minimalism, constructivism, respect of traditions and courage, but with an individual taste. „In the minimal style it is quite difficult for a designer to find his own way, however I do believe I have found mine„ declared the designer.
A woman’s confidence is driven by the satisfaction with her outfit and comfort. The CSF style offers women collections of graceful garments by stylish simplicity.
CSF - exciting elegance.
„Architecture was always very close to me, also to the constructive minimalism with a slight twist – the style that characterizes the CSF brand. The Bauhaus theme fits me well and this is truly an area, where Hungarian creators have been acknowledged on an international level.” – says the designer about the source of his inspiration. Garments reflect the proportions of Bauhaus building facades along with the Bauhaus forms and structures appearing on the printed and laser-cut patterns. „Every design carries the name of one of the famous Hungarian Bauhaus creators and I dedicated a few pages in the Look Book to Hungarian Bauhaus architects and their works.”