Joint show from FashionTime Designers opened the fourth day of the Fashion Week. Brand La Trevi chose flying cranes as the key theme of the collection — the birds scattered on the blue suit, on lapels of the outwear and dresses. The collection also featured cashmere coat in peach-color, scarlet suit and dark-blue A-silhouette dress with flared sleeves.
The collection from the designer Olya Gerasimenko was sustained in delicate peach and powder shades. Sunrise color employed for the dress translates the delight and reveals femininity just like the tender light-green sundress on thin straps or cropped top with a basque. Family line was demonstrated by the brand Family Hope. The collection featured ethnic patterns hence golden embroideries and velvet fabrics. The combination of denim with scarlet lining and adornment in the shape of glittering scarlet crystals looked fresh and intriguing. Brand Alisia Fiori presented the collection for the little ones. It seemed that dresses for girls were inspired by the Victorian style — wristbands, shirtfronts, white frills and reserved collars, all referred to the best fashion traditions for the daughters of noble houses.
Graphic features were the signature of the evening gowns from BORODULIN`S brand. Designers Alexey and Anna Borodulina decided to cut off the spares, leave only a couple of dominant colors and make a stake on exclusive carved patterns. Ornaments, stately as the quirks of iron lattice, turn a female into an unapproachable and magnificent fortress. Classic mixture of black, red and white does not disturb from a variety of cuts and adornments. Perforation and lace, reserved jump-suits, unbelievably beautiful wraps and capes is hardly the complete list of all the discoveries in the fall-winter collection of the brand.
Designer NIKOLAY LEGENDA for the first time in history of the brand presented the male collection ISSUE 8 BEAUTIFULBOYS. Among others, the clothing line included coats, shirts with a waistband reminding of robes, kimonos, metal-coated bombers and light puff jackets in fluorescent colors. Despite the monochrome and reserved characteristics of the collection there were some bright accents — jackets with branded jacquard logotypes, fur sweatshirts and animal prints.
Collection from the brand Design Studio by Oksana Fedorova was distinguished by minimalism, monochrome color palette and straight lines that were underlined by the stripe being collection's principal print. Business-lady style could be traced in the flared pants with creases, cashmere pullovers and basic cotton shirts. Distinct silhouettes are built by the wide belts with massive buckles on the waist and baggy fine-cut sleeves.
PORTNOY BESO brand displayed extremely trendy collection. He tried to reveal the female's dark side, the side of the goddess-temptress. Bombers worn on a naked body, leggings glittering with silver, bustier dresses embroidered with beads preformed in bright colors, flared and keeping shape. Sequined mini-dresses came alongside with maxi looks that featured deep cuts unclothing the perfect legs of the models. Among the more romantic looks there were, for instance, silk and slim nightgown dresses.
Multiple layers and mixtures of the fabrics were employed by the brand AKA NANITA that combined embroidery by bugle beads, cellular lace, languid velvet and brocade. Skirts were worn atop the culottes while trouser suits performed in the color of melted ice-cream demonstrated brave side splits. Free waistline was sometimes on the waist like in the loose silk pants, sometimes it shifted to the hips — like in dresses and coats. Cranberry red, golden, black and silvery grey dominated on the catwalk.
Fashion show from designer Yury Pitenin and his St Petersburg brand Saint-Tokyo was some sort of experiment of texture and shape. Color gradation could be clearly traced in the clothing line: from black and white monochrome to green, olive green, terracotta, bright red and wine red. Designer placed a stake on details and asymmetric lines. The runway featured multi-layered dresses, baggy puff jackets, clamdiggers with pockets hinting at the sport chic, sequined flowing pants along with the geometric silhouettes, lace skirts and glossy fabrics.
Conceptual clothing from Lumiér Garson is all about the material expressions. In previous collections designer Jean Rudoff pondered about fashion and its tiring effect, about the impossibility to return to childhood, about the memories slipping away. Fall-winter collection embraces many different themes. It tells about the fashion labels that erase individuality. It is about anxiety and reality that is sensed as the Post-Apocalypse world. It is the history about surviving people and traces of furnace oil on the raincoat or paint on the shirt. It is about the girls in dresses that are half pink with ruffles and half straight and black. Around, there is an airless space, the purity is impossible, the innocence is lost. The best way out is deprivation and asceticism, the best way out is to get ready for the battle. Wear a mask, khaki jacket, take a tactic backpack and never forget who you are.
Rebellious spirit of an ambitious girl in the big city was caught by Keti Topuria and her brand KETIone. Oversize parkas and asymmetric sweatshirts with the neckline opening one shoulder highlighted the street style and supported sport crop-tops, bodies and hoodies. Usable garments were performed in the optimistic spring color palette — khaki, beige and bordo.
The presentation corner featured the project #ТОЛСТОВКАМЕЧТЫ (DREAMHOODY). The project offered visitors to design a comfortable and trendy individual hoody. One could choose the color, model, signs and prints. The most complicated part is to determine the design whereas to get a dream hoody is as simple as that, at least authors of the project think so.