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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia: Kamilla Kurbani And Aka Nanita
1.04.2015 00:25
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia: Kamilla Kurbani And Aka Nanita
(Source: http://mercedesbenzfashionweek.ru)

Designer Kamilla Kurbani from Kazakhstan continued the day and presented her Fall-Winter collection 2015/16. When designing the collection, Kamilla took inspiration from her native places. Designer used the prints to show the most beautiful and memorable places of her home country and colours of nature that are so typical of Kazakhstan. Major prints of the collection depict mountain slopes of Sharyn Canyon, poppy fields and vast prairies on clothes.

      AKA NANITA brand then took the runway. Georgien designers Aki Nanitashvili is the new-comer at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia. He showed a solid collection in which designer focused on multi-layer garments and Renaissance themes expressed not only in massive bright accessories and flakes of glittering fibre in fabric but also in the prints of pictures that adorned the tops. Colour palette featured all pastel colours and shades.


      
 



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia Russian designers Russian fashion   

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