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How to Protest in Style: Russian Fashion Latest Fad
9.02.2012 15:47
How to Protest in Style: Russian Fashion Latest Fad
The iconic fashion image of Russian Protest

Set up by a young designer who has already had a chance to create several unique dresses for the high-end clientele, Fashion Protest is a blog that documents the looks of (mostly female) celebrities who attend political events and demonstrations.

      Mikhail Prokhorov: What Women Want? The latest post is titled "Learn to Protest in Style". We see a girl in a fox fur coat, wearing a Pavloposad shawl and glasses in fluorescent frames, with a sultry-opened mouth. Apparently, the girl has received a record number of "Likes" on the social web; and the blog's author recommends her as a fashion icon for politically-minded ladies, remarking that the girl is very much in the Tatler Club style. He should have added a large poster on a wooden stick as another must-have accessory.

      We told you yesterday that this presidential campaign has seen animals entering the stage. The custom-made T-Shirts have also been massively popular, like the ones you can see in the post. Without a doubt, Fashion at the Barricades (the literal translation of the Russian title of the blog) will continue its wild ride both online and offline. We will do our best to keep you posted.

      SourceFashion Protest.


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian politics Russian fashion elections 2012   

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