Add to favorite
 
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia: Dima Neu, Yasya Minochkina
29.03.2015 11:14
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia:  Dima Neu, Yasya Minochkina
(Source: http://mercedesbenzfashionweek.ru)

Designer Dima Neu presented his collection UKA inspired by the ancient-oriental culture. The designer mixed the elements of Japanese design with the classic cut and details of the Russian national costume. Traditionally the collection featured brand's essential architectural shapes which transfer from one collection of the designer to another.

      Designer Yasya Minochkina for the second time presented her collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia. In the Fall-Winter collection 2015/16 the designer used the idea of combining casual pieces with the formal evening garments. Oversize sweaters were paired with textured leather skirts, cashmere with lurex, calm colours with the bright shades. The collection was mainly inspired by the 70s and 80s, the golden time of parties and dancing, but the reference was also made to the costumes of Leon Bakst and Alxander Benua made for Diaghilev's ballets.

      

       




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia Russian Fashion Designer Russian Fashion   

Next Previous


You might also find interesting:








Comment on our site


RSS   twitter      submit



TAGS:
Golden Eagle  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Evgeny Kondakov  Russian cities  rare coins  Russian Orthodox Church  Opposition  Ufa  Russian Drama Theatre  Yuri Annenkov  Russian Film Actors  Biysk  children adoption  Lada  Resort Olympus  Chelyabinsk Region  Alexei Navalny  Oleg Vyugin  Perm Territory  Russia international  Alexander Lebedev  Monuments to People  Unity Day  Gennady Zyuganov  Tver  Russia's military  Russian pastafarians  Russian business  Russian Cinema  Moscow  Zaryadye  Krasnodar Flood  Russian airports  Exhibitions in Moscow  Russian science  Russian tourism  Lipetsk   Football  Naïve Art Museum  Russian scientists  Russian economy  Tula Region  Moscow-City  St. Petersburg  Republic of Tatarstan  Komi Republic  Vandalism  Vesyegonsk  medicine  Chechen Republic (Chechnya) 


Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites