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Show Of the Best Graduation Works Of the Clothing Design Contest By the British Higher School of Art And Design
November 21, 2017 15:06


Show of the best graduation works of the Clothing Design contest by the British Higher School of Art And Design

SUPRUN (Olga Suprun) - MERÉ (Maria Rafikova). Colors: contrast black and white, somber grey, trend in palette: burgundy, powdery, fuchsia, vibrant emerald. A turban made by 3D printing was a highlight of the collection, while trouser stripes, velvet over-the-knee boots and transparent net are certainly the must have of the future season.
MICROCOSM (Olga Ivanova) showcased the 21st century femininity with the gleaming milk organza, transparent netlike pencil dress with accentuated waistline, somber grey, sand color and shades of pink. Among accessories were short stocking boots coming in silver metallic palette and thick emerald tights.
The new collection by Secret Garden (Nina Samokhina) was filled with classics: pant suits and turtlenecks, miniskirts and over-the-knee boots. Colors are blue, khaki, beige and burgundy. Fabrics: velvet, tweed. Accessories: spacious leather brief cases and square gasses. The quilted Bologna coat of somber blue shade with thin nude belt should be also noted.
White Willow (Dinara Khusaenova) and FOU (Anastasia Kolesnikova) collections featured combinations of blue, black, sky-blue with lemon, coral, powdery shades. In clothing classic shapes (straight pants, trenches, pencil dresses), abundance of voluptuous pleats and ruffles were dominating the collection to achieve the "diversity of shapes while on the move". The tandem of men's (glitter undercoat, slashed pants) and women's (milk-colored blouse with pleated basque and pencil skirt) looks reminded of the wedding suits typical of the late 20th century.
A collection by HABIZHEN (Lyalya Shatalo) featured 6 men's avant-garde combinations: ethnical-themed slim fit top, pressed leather suit, patent-leather moss green coat, high rubber boots with classic bomber jackets, belt bags and pant suits.
pRASOL (Maria Prasol) and VIDEVESTE (Svetlana Dokukina) were marked by laconic styles and somber colors (grey and blue). A helmet made of rainwear fabric and a moss green puffer vest, an elastic helmet and thick fuchsia tights were among the highlights.
Nashe brand (Timur Kratkov and Olga Chelyapova) showed asexual men's looks with cotton combinations, asymmetrical cut, single shoes and somber colors.

SLAVA ZAITSEV, Alena Akhmadullina, VIVA VOX, YASYA MINOCHKINA (the Ukraine), Julia Nikolaeva, Dasha Gauser, Julia Dalakian, PIROSMANI BY JENYA MALYGINA, YULIA PROKHOROVA BELOE ZOLOTO, IGOR GULYAEV, Goga Nikabadze (Georgia), DIMANEU, Saint-Tokyo, Outlaw Moscow, MASTERPEACE – these and many other designers whose names are already familiar to the fashion world present their collections at the runways of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia. Talented new-comers who are traditionally supported by Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia also demonstrate their works.  ‘Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia is a large professional event that meets all the requirements the fashion week might claim. For me personally the quality and convenient venue of the event are very important, and in this respect MBFW Russia is perfectly organized and well-coordinated! I enjoyed the participation in the Fashion Week and happy to use the opportunity to present my collection at the Russian market. Russian designers are lucky to be part of MBFW Russia and demonstrate their collections at the runway that can be fairly referred to as one of the best in the world’ - Giles Deacon, designer of Giles brand, participants of the 25th Season.  
 ‘Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia is an international project that involves professionals who make up the core of the contemporary fashion industry. MBFW Russia is not simply dealing with organization and arrangement of runway shows, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia and press service of the Fashion Week frequently take part in various fashion projects and shootings. With such partnership you are always in the loop and aware of all the top and must-go events in the fashion world,’ – Yasya Minochkina, designer of YASYA MINOCHKINA brand, participant of the three latest seasons of MBFW Russia.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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