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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia: Julia Nikolaeva And ohseventyfive
30.03.2015 13:12
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia: Julia Nikolaeva And ohseventyfive

As for designer Julia Nikolaeva, in her Fall-Winter collection graphical elements were combined with the feminine but at the same time formal floor-sweeping dresses. Reserved colours and straight lines were balanced with boa feathers which decorated lengthy tops and with glittering fringe which refers us to the fashion of 30s. Among interesting details were the detachable massive collars, flat hats and massive floral appliqués made of felt.

      The next on the catwalk was brand 075(ohseventyfive) by Julia Ceasar. She presented her new Fall-Winter collection 2015/16 Woe from Foggy Wit which quoting the designer is all about the poetic soul, vodka and bears. There were sweatshirts with prints and without, baggy pyjama-like suits, national symbols and mesh bag as the overarching point of the collection. In general, the collection can be called controversial but commercially oriented and rather typical for the brand.





Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia Russian designers    

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