20 streetstyle looks from Russia Fashion Week spring/summer 2020

October 25th, 2019 / by / in: Cool things / No responses

A lot of orange and red. Pieces made out of leather. A bunch of sneakers (more than in other seasons), layers of brown and beige or caramel. The streetstyle scene of this Russia Fashion Week this season was more sporty than previous others. But as cool as we imagined. Here they are 20 streetstyle looks from Russia Fashion Week spring/summer 2020.

For 5 days, Moscow was the capital of fashion – Russian designers and guests from other countries (Spain, Italy, France, South Korea etc) have presented their proposals for the spring/summer 2020 season. While the catwalks were full of soft dresses and silk drapes, the outside weather was not so friendly with the fashionista. Therefore, we saw on streetstyle a lot of outwear pieces – cool blazers under the hoodies, coats and vests on top, shiny puffer jackets. Of course, all of them paired with long boots, Dr Martens and sneakers. Here they are 20 streetstyle looks from Russia Fashion Week spring/summer 2020.

What have we saw on catwalks?

First day: three shows by Global Talents Initiative winners, AWS [AFTER WORK STUDIO](Switzerland), CHAIN from Argentina and LITICHEVSKAYA of Germany. Plus: well-loved local brands, starting off with a collection of modern Russian fashion, Slava Zaitsev.
Day two: 4 foreign collections and new collection from Daniil Kostyshin and BAKHTIN.
Day 3: German, Swedish, UAE and Estonian brands, a tremendous showcase from the National Design Institute and collections from well-known Russian brands as Yasya Minochkina and the team behind N. LEGENDA.
Day 4: collections from the UK and US, as well as younger designers like ZA_ZA and MAD DAISY MOSCOW, with the storied brand PIROSMANI rounding up the roster for a perfect mix of avant-garde and classical fashion. 
The final day of this season in Moscow presented an extremely eclectic selection of collections – from casualwear from such online retail giants as La Redoute and Russian independent brands like Kruzhok, all the way to guest collections from China and a mesmerizing conceptual finale.

Photography: (C) Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia 


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