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Fashion Futurum New Names: NASHE
13.04.2018 15:17
Fashion Futurum New Names: NASHE

A very special show was made by NASHE. Set to a loop of classic Russian folk song “Podmoskovnye Vechera”, it was more of a stage play than a show, with three silent models - one male and two female - telling a story with their bodies, all the time removing a layer after layer of beautifully crafted linen and cotton garments from one another, putting them back onto each other, dressing and undressing, until, after a dramatic breakup, a model was left alone, dressed in NASHE’s clean and perfect linen garments.






Sultanna Frantsuzova

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia fashion futurum    

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