Fashion Week Russia: Alexander Terekhov, Ria Keburia, Pirosmani, and More
April 3, 2015 - fall Denim
Most of a designers of whom Russia is unapproachable (Vika Gazinskaya, Ulyana Sergeenko, and A.W.A.K.E.’s Natalia Alaverdian included) uncover their collections in Paris, aiming to strech a wider assembly of conform lovers around a world. But there’s an exception. Alexander Terekhov has placement in Europe, a plain sequence of monobrand stores around Russia, and an array of celebrities wearing his frocks on a red carpet, though still keeps his feet resolutely on a motherland’s solidified ground. He named his new Fall collection “Magic Bar,” and, as advertised, he showed it in a bar with low lights, lots of apple martinis, and a live opening by Anna Kova, who was now dubbed a “Russian Amy Winehouse” for her similarity to a late essence singer. Swarovski crystals shined splendid on black gowns with thespian slits and V-necks, while a infrequent partial of a collection enclosed tumble essentials like parkas and coats in a monochrome palette.
The immature Georgian engineer Ria Keburia, one of a large promises of Fashion Week Russia, invited guest to a pacific Tbilisi yard in a heart of Moscow to showcase her investigate of a past and a destiny of clothes’ purpose in society. Combining antique fabrics with sporty silhouettes and geometric volumes, Keburia was meditative about large topics like standing and gender. She has a pointy eye on accessories and loves collaborations. Her unconventional eyewear collection for Fakoshima will strike stores in a week.
The vibes were dim and clever at designer Jenya Malygina’s Pirosmani show, that featured a lot of deconstructed black leather with splashes of white paint and frosty denim robes. There were no heels, only platforms, though a garments still looked utterly voluptuous on a hottest lady in town, Malygina’s model daughter, Daria. Youthful, elegant, fresh. That’s how many women wish to feel, and it’s a reason because 4 years after their Moscow debut, a Ruban sisters have fans around a globe. Their affinity for ruffles continued apace for Fall with perfect organza skirts in pastel colors and baby blue pinstriped string shirts. An off-the-shoulder cloak in a beautiful shade of packet got a unanimous “wow” from a front-row crowd.