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Softness is what Dalakian wanted to convey with this collection most of all, and that she did - subdued wool and velvet numbers, muslin and chiffon, angora fur.


Dokuchaevas entire modus operandi is out with the old, in with the new, freedom from cultural, gendered and societal restraints.


Gala B - that is, former stylist and now successful designer and human right campaigner Gala Borzova - showed us a distinctly French collection, with clear plastic being one of the key elements of the looks.


Fans of Slava Zaitsev, who celebrated his 80-th birthday this month, were happy to see one more offering from his famous Fashion Laboratory, which hosts Russian students to allow them to bloom into full-fledged designers.


The Central Saint Martins alum presented a striking show, with all models dressed in shining glitter and embellishments and fast-walking on the runway to 80s hits.


The maitre, who celebrated his 80th birthday, announced earlier this month that the show was inspired, in his own words, by his love towards Russia and its national dress.


A beautiful show of just how much talent the former Soviet republic holds.


This time, Goga showed us a slow and thoughtful show, with models slowing gliding on the stage in outfits that reminded one of the traditional dresses of the designers native country.


The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia in Moscow this year played host to the Kazakhstan Fashion Week Showcase, showing off designers from the former republic, now young visitors to Paris Fashion Week and more.


Young men in what could only be described as futuristic streetwear - coats and skirts, jackets shaped like vests and vests shaped like pullovers, trenchcoats in acid colors and straight-acting suits with exotic appliques on the back gave an overall playful and subversive impression.


REBEL SCHOOL student presented a diverse collection of modern avant-garde streetwear, with designs ranging from oversize orange hoodies and capes and catholic schoolgirl outfits (as featured in t.A.T.u.s music video) to comfy trousers and shirts, to Alice-in-Wonderland style dresses.


One of the constant themes in Nekrasovas work has been the work of the Athens sculptor Leochares, who lived and produced his work in the 4th century BC, but this was far from a stately classical show - UK grime and Azealia Banks provided the soundtrack for the show, and in fact the only things that reminded one of Greek classical art was a 3D rendering of Leocharess work in the background of the stage and the theatrical cardboard masks the models wore on the runway today.


Combining a soft green avocado color with black one piece leggings and using baby-blue hoary dresses with pitch-black leggings and ballet shoes was just one of the ingenious moves used in this collection.


On Saturday, March 17, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Day St.Petersburg took place in the Manege Central Exhibition Hall of St. Petersburg.


Koryakinas collections have graced the runways of Milan and London, and now it was time for Moscow. This time Alexandra has shown us a vision of genderless future, with androgynous models walking out in flowing, beautiful garments that seemed to constitute a very diverse collection.


On March 15, young Moscow designers and brands presented their new collections in the Museum of Fashion.


A trip into Russias well-established tradition of Suprematism happened with Moscow designer KSENIA SERAYA presenting a new batch of her well-known knitwear.


To take part in the contest, designers from all over Russia sent their complete look-books to be considered by the Expert Board, including the Russian Fashion Council. The show turned out to be a genuine performance, with live music and true emotions, and real characters.


An eclectic mix of colors and techniques was used to craft this offering, with bold orange, purple, blue and green being the primary ones Rogov.


The final day of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia at the grand building of Manezh came and went, bringing with it the most beautiful and well-attended shows of the week.


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