he collection “Everything was forever, until it was no more” is a complex symbiosis of several powerful sources. This is the final collection of the designer, based on the travel-study of local fashion in Russia, the anthropological book by Alexei Yurchak about the collapse of the USSR and her own impressions of the country's recent history. The collection reflects the feeling of hesitation of a person who is already ready for something, but still does not understand what, and only guesses what might happen to him. A thread stretches through the cut and silhouette of things between the end of the 80s USSR and our time, symbolizing the immobility and isolation of the local mode system. But not only our fashion is motionless and closed. Changes are coming, vibrations are felt in the air of Moscow. And no matter how endless and motionless what happens does not seem to us, it will be forever until it ends.