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Explore Mars Collection By SAINT-TOKYO
October 25, 2017 16:54

Working on his collection Explore Mars, the designer found inspiration in a space unseen of a common girl. Far off at Mars she lives a live that is so different from the one at our Earth.

Here were contrasting colors, cutouts and materials. Asymmetric cutouts, dresses with floral prints, black ribbons, and fringes are traditional for this brand. The first look presented by SAINT-TOKYO was also intended to support the project Russian Designers against AIDS supported by Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia (MBFW Russia) and the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia     

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