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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia: the Biggest Trends of the Spring-Summer 2020 Season
October 31, 2019 16:49

Russia has become a true fashion powerhouse supporting emerging talents and creating a global profile for Moscow as a fashion capital. The organizers of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia hold the passion to make it the largest in Russia and CIS, as well as the most innovative and entertaining. No wonder, it has become one of the most talked about fashion events in Russia, drawing attention from fashionistas and influencers the world over.

Catwalk shows brought us a clear view of everything we’ll be wearing next spring-summer season. Scroll through for the main trends, introduced by Russian designers, predicting super-sized voluminous dresses, vampy corsets, babushka scarves, and many more. Welcome to what's next.


1. Puffed Sleeves

Next spring-summer trends are all about being extra. Statement sleeves are not an exception, and will be an extension of the common ruffle-detailing trend. Check the princess-like puff sleeves by Speranza Couture, Zaid Nakad and Humariff, and more feminist and strong shoulder options offered by  Pirosmani and Expats Collective.


1 - Arut MSCW, 2 – Pirosmani, 3 – BAKHTIN, 4 -  Expats Collective


1, 2 - Speranza Couture by Nadezhda Yusupova, 3 - Zaid Nakad, 4 - Humariff

2. Sequin Looks

Fashion’s obsession with sparkle is still very strong –  next season wear them casual or dressy. Katerina Koshkina’s outfits are both sporty and glamorous. N. Legenda  proves that shiny looks can be worn for any occasion and season.  Shimmery gowns by Arut MSCW will set the tone for Moscow fashionistas.


1, 2 - Katerina Koshkina, 3 - Arut MSCW, 4 - N.Legenda

3. Omnipresent Fringe 

The spring-summer 2020 mandate is fringe – find it everywhere: skirts, dresses, trenches, and even knee socks by  Linus Leonardsson or hats by Olga Chernoschekova for bold fashion lovers.


1 - Julia Dalakian, 2 - Sardinia Glam, 3 - Linus Leonardsson, 4 - Olga Chernoschekova


4. See-Through Fabrics

Sheer fabrics went through a magic transformation from being  a mere seasonal  accent into an ever green fashion trend. They are fragile and delicate. And next season they are not only feminine – Odor added this trend to males looks.


1 - Julia Dalakian, 2  - Asadullina, 3 - Innominate, 4 - Odor

5. Babushka Scarves

Babushka’s headgear is widely adopted in the next spring season, and not only for churchgoers. Try tying a silk scarf under your chin in an elegant way just for a day-to-day look as many street stylers already do. The leather one by BHSAD BA (Hons) Fashion is just matching all trends.


1 - Sardinia Glam, 2 - BHSAD BA (Hons) Fashion, 3 – Kazaki, 4 - Product of Imitation

6. Super-sized Voluminous Dresses and Ruffles

Light tired maxi dresses and asymmetric ruffles making extra volume will be big fashion statements next season.


1 - AFW Presents, 2 - Julia Dalakian, 3 - Zaid Nakad


1, 2 - BHSAD BA (Hons) Fashion, 3 - RomaUvarovDesign

7. Total Leather

Leather is no longer reserved for fall and winter. Total leather is just what we need for the Russian spring, as the weather here rarely surprises locals with warm days. While Arut MSCW chooses black, Bakhtin encourages to get colourful.


1 - Arut MSCW, 2, 3 – BAKHTIN

8. Corsetry

The last season’s “Renaissance” trend continues and brings corsets onto the streets. Satin-draped or sheer close-fitting bustier bodices, and even more cinched styles were created to make you feel vampy next summer. Asadullina and Bakhtin just nailed it.


1 – Asadullina, 2 - BAKHTIN

9. Transparent Gloves

The trend for transparency has come to… gloves. But we are no longer talking about “chic” plastic. The trend for Spring 2020 is sheer organza, silky or lace gloves richly decorated with embroideries and crystals.

1 - Leaf Xia, 2 – RomaUvarovDesign, 3 - BHSAD BA (Hons) Fashion

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia Russian fashion Russian fashion designers Russian models  

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