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Fourth Day Of MBFW Russia Season 33
October 17, 2016 17:42


16 October witnessed the fourth day of the new season of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia. The day started with the show Detskiy Mir. Spring/Sumer 2017. Girlish pink, mash-up items, fresh mint - the collection featured an intricate play of colours and textures. Pleated skirts, trendy denim, way-out shirts and dresses for girls along with jackets, sweatshirts and T-shirts, performed in interesting combinations, for boys. Among primary colours of the collection were traditional dark-blue and pink, however, graphic models were also there.

Right afterwards Disney and Detskiy Mir showcased collective line of kids wear La Belle et la Bête that was inspired by cartoons and the soon awaited to be released Beauty and the Beast movie. Designers offered a contemporary interpretation of Belle's style - elegant, friendly and curious girl. Similar charm designers discovered in French street-style models. Young princesses were dressed into trendy golden pleated skirts, hussy T-shirts, bombers, leather jackets, denim jackets with embroideries of cartoon's characters. Footwear and clutches were richly adorned with sequin. The collection employed white, black, golden and powder colours.

New collection from FRUGOLETTO by RASCHINI featured an innovation approach with an accent on classic traditions. Models walked the runway to performance from Kamila Izmaylova and MBAND. Intricate colour solutions - dark-blue skirts, grey cosy suits, jackets with metal finishing, olive and black as bright highlights in the moderate colour range. Double-breasted over-coats with golden buttons, A-shaped dresses with neat details and T-shirts with unexpected prints. Fur insets were also there: the collection turned out to be practical but at the same time inspiring and sophisticated.

Designer of the brand YeZ by YEGORZAITSEV referred to the subject of war absurd and called the collection The Circus of Warfare. Prior to showing the principle clothing line, models entered the catwalk in cotton-padded jackets with toys fixed to them, a detail that turned one's mind to philosophy. The colours were rich - daring, garnish bright colours and complicated combinations find matches in different elements of the wardrobe. While only braided rope belts were employed to restrain inner freedom, without enchaining but reminding - No War!

Project CONTRAFSHION demonstrated 4 different stories. VICTORIA STEPANOVA made an emphasis on bright individuality and clothes that can disclose it. Free spirit blows from fur 'wings' on the sleeves, relaxed cuts of patchwork fur-robes and abundance of colour accents. Ironic bar-code on the print became hallmark of the collection. Expressive garments from GONZO gang are allusions to images from the surrounding environment. Tough guys with willows, girl with a mesh shopping bag, basketball player from backyard - disturbed reality is translated through exaggerated cuts of black-and-white-and-red outfit. Principal touch is the colour contrast and combination of knitted net with glossy material. Elisa Heinesen recreates fancy natural shapes with the help of multi-layer compositions. The colour palette of gems and minerals is repeated in futuristic but at the same time very feminine dresses and costumes. Major fabrics - wool, latex and mesh fabric. White stripes on the black background, yellow squares and tricks with the volume clearly refer to the classics of avant-garde. 

Conceptual male collection EZ by Elena Zemtsova carries you away into the world of cyberpunk. Purest white colour is outlined by black details. Glossy boots with transparent insets, steel visors, lengthy raincoats and jackets, prints in Oriental painting style draw the image of a warrior who hitch-hikes the universe.

Vadim Merlis brand featured high quality and comfortable clothes. Items created in accordance with designer's cuts and brand's elements underlined the natural beauty and femininity, natural fabrics attributed to certain chic without forced pressure.

Non-stop presentation from NIKOLAY LEGENDA was devoted to the new minimalistic Spring/Summer collection. Jersey and knitted sweaters made in unconventional shapes, transformer dresses, skirts and back wrapping - the designer adds a dramatic detail to every simple must-have piece. Among the highlights of designer's style are diversity of draping on fabrics with different textures. Final detail - brand's belts of white plastic worn atop the garments or slightly seen behind the layer of thin fabric.

Spring/Summer collection The Fifth Element from OKSANA FEDOROVA Design Studio by Oksana Fedorova was inspired by the mystery of the Universe birth: every single environment is reflected in the line via shapes, colour range and fabrics. Here rules subtle softness, femininity and inner power. Flowing fabrics hide the bodies of the models leaving some secret and mystery. Tender water-paint tints highlight such fabrics as stretch-satin, wool, cotton and viscose. Pure white is featured in formal maxi dresses - antique noble beauty in the flesh.

The next on the runway was collection from JULIA NIKOLAEVA. Spring look of this century - a woman in male's shirt. Black and white with smooth drops of milky and blue are in the basics of the collection. Intricate items with male cuts interchanged by more feminine looks - semi-transparent blouses with open shoulders, coats with precisely neat lines, denim. Among the highlights are metal glittering tops, floor-length dresses on the thinnest straps, asymmetric lines, fur-coats, leather jackets and lengthy trenches along with the details of perforated cotton.

Spring/Summer collection 2017 FANKART from Julia Dalakian is the perfect mixture of graphics, geometry and a share of never-ending romance. The collection featured must-have female items - from light cocktail free-cut dresses to light coats and bombers with oversize shoulders. Models' heads were adorned with peaks done with beads and sequin. Collection mostly employed calm colours -brown, ecru, bits of blue, yellow and pink.

New collection from Lumier Garson is the endeavour to visualize the march of time through changing substance and perception of life. Office outfit with endless sleeves and absurd, puffer skirts and raincoats in deep black with a bit of insulation, nostalgic photos as pockets and patches. Multiple senses come through traditional male cuts, outfits of contrast halves and aesthetics of street fashion.

Today's corner featured the presentation of the collection Perfect Simple from IGOR YORK. Designer keeps on working with natural fabrics - leather and cotton. Trendy items and diversity of shapes: brief-cases, A-shaped bags, clutches, belt-bags, shopping bags, backpacks. Colours go from Tiffani to sapphire blue with accessories of alloy reminding aged silver.

The title partner of the Fashion Week is Mercedes-Benz. MBFW Russia partners are L’Oréal Professionnel (Official Stylist), Mary Kay (Official Make-Up Artist), DHL (Official Logistics Partner), Metropol (Official Hotel), Laska (Official Partner), ASUS (Official Partner).


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia Fashion Futurum Russian fashion   

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