The Tenerife Cabildo and Adeje present the IV edition of Tenerife Fashion Beach Costa Adeje

The event will take place on October 15 and 16 in the south of the island following a break last year due to Covid-19

8 october 2021
The Tenerife Cabildo (under the auspices of the department of development and employment) and Adeje Council have announced the staging of the fourth Tenerife Fashion Beach Costa Adeje, which will take place next week, Occtober 15th and 16th. The event was cancelled last year due to Covid -19.  Tenerife Fashion Beach is part of Tenerife Fashion Week, and can also be viewed on streaming. There will be a limited capacity audience due to some health restrictions still in place 
Cabildo head of the department of development and employment, , Carmen Luz Baso said, “we are keen to reintroduce this important fashion date into the calendar following the pandemic.  This event is a hugely important anteroom for the most important fashion trade fair on the island, and allows the south to get a look at some of the newest creations in specialised fashion areas such as swimwear.  It also serves as a meeting point for experts in the area, a unique platform in Europe, not simply promoting the newest trends in the industry but also a platform for the destination, for Adeje in particular, showing our fashion and climate in unison”.
For the Adeje mayor, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, the event “is another sign of our recovery from the pandemic.  We need these and other events to return, to assist in reactivating the economic sector, in this case  fashion and tourism.  For Costa Adeje this is another step towards promoting the visibility of the destination”.
Among some of the additions to this year’s event will be a nominal entrance fee, all of which will go to help the people of La Palma,  Those tickets will be available online. 
The presenter of the event will be Nieves Álvarez, a top international model and television presenter, who has presented the event in the past.  
Up tp 15 Canarian companies will be taking part in the event, showing their new collections for beach and pool, alongside companies displaying accessories, all under the solidarity label, ‘Plastic Free’, in defence of our oceans, supporting the reduction in use of plastics and the elimination of single-use plastic items.