The first Etnology Fest was held in Belgrade from 12 – 15 October in organisation of SuperStar Culture agency.
The festival’s author Goga Grubješić set the Etnology Fest as a mini-festival of international character that will show the importance, importance and richness of the cultural heritage of various countries through various forms of expression: fashion shows, exhibitions, handicrafts, documentaries, as well as interesting workshops and lectures of distinguished lecturers. Special emphasis is placed on traditional art and non-material cultural heritage, and Serbia, as a host country, has been presented through lectures, workshops, exhibitions and fashion shows. The country in focus and the special guest of the first Etnology Fest was Russia. From its rich cultural offerings, the Russian Federation presented with colourful costumes and jewellery from Yakutia – a distant and cold northern region, which has an extremely rich tradition and which successfully translates from generation to generation. There is no doubt that special attention of the public and the media has been caused by the arrival of a fashion show by the famous Russian creator Slava Zaitsev, who has glorified his collections with inspired Russian motifs and is the special guest of the first Etnology Fest.