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Artem Shumov Against AIDS
October 26, 2017 16:54

Designer Artem Shumov works in Shanghai. In the new season, he became a character of MBFW Russia Series; in Fashion Series episode he shared that his first dress, designed and tailored, was for a Barbie doll that belonged to a girl he fell in love at the age of 4. Now Artem Shumov is designer of male wear. 

The show was opened by the red look designed with a special purpose as part of the project Russian Designers against AIDS. The runway filled with Oriental hues, simple shapes and lengthy silhouettes. Everyone took notice of unconventional shirts with open details and jackets worn above the naked torsos of models. Yellow and red socks, signature Shumov's element, were also on the runway. 



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia     

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