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Fashion Futurum New Names: MAGNETIC WEAR
14.04.2018 01:08
Fashion Futurum New Names: MAGNETIC WEAR

Brutal depths of a Berghain rave with MAGNETIC WEAR  - an all-male show of brutal ferocity.

      All black shapeless BDSM garments, tied with leather straps and sporting dangling cotton attachments, free-flowing black cardigans and oversize robes.

      One couldn’t tell whether it was a German techno party or a dark ritual, with many models wearing loose black cotton robes that gave them a majestic religious look. We can expect to see this collection at every Berlin rave this year.



Sultanna Frantsuzova


Russia-IC is a media partner of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia fashion futurum    

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