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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia - ARUT MSCW
11.03.2018 11:22
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia - ARUT MSCW

 The Central Saint Martins alum presented a striking show, with all models dressed in shining glitter and embellishments and fast-walking on the runway to 80’s hits.

      The shiny garments were accompanied by super-hero capes, flowing silk trousers and rock-n-roller girlfriend leather jackets. Shocking-pink high-heel boots brought a punk flavor to this serving of concert-goer chic, with tight silk chokers adding a little kink to the collection.

      A fun and beautiful set of looks for both a New York fashionista off to Art Basel and a French enfant terrible girl on the lam from her parents, ARUT’s new collection will definitely be a mainstay on Paris and Moscow streets next Fall/Winter season. 


Sultanna Frantsuzova

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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

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