CONTRFASHION Fashion Collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia 2012-13

CONTRFASHION Fashion Collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia F/W 2012-13
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CONTRFASHION at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia 2012-13
CONTRFASHION Fashion Collection at MBFWR 2012-13
CONTRFASHION at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia
CONTRFASHION at MBFWR Fall/Winter 2012-13
CONTRFASHION at Collection MBFWR Fall/Winter 2012-13
CONTRFASHION at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia 2012-13
CONTRFASHION Fashion Collection at MBFWR 2012-13
CONTRFASHION at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia
CONTRFASHION at MBFWR Fall/Winter 2012-13
CONTRFASHION at Collection MBFWR Fall/Winter 2012-13

CONTRFASHION Fashion Collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia Fall/Winter 2012/13.

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Having based the collection on the sparkling texture of the fabric, a combination of black-and-yellow and crystal applications, Marina Tsoy surprised the audience of the show with her authentic ‘case’ dress.
The main elements of the grunge-punk work by Viktoria Prokhorova included spikes, equally aggressive bracelets, bags, the dresses themselves, and even the hair of the models.
Brilliant work by Yulia Karchenkova and Margarita Bykovskaya could be distinguished in the dresses of various textures – you could see anything from lacy petals to calm leaves with thin fibers.
Diana Pavlovskaya took geometrical shapes, colourful decorations, jewelry and tight corsets and united them under wide, transparent veils.

Katerina Frankfurt’s outfits are very complicated from the constructive point of view, they inspire layers that make it possible to play with transparent texture in any way the designer may so desire.
Inspired by the personality and works of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, Svetlana Kalinchenko, with almost documentary accuracy, recreated a look from the artist’s most famous self-portrait before paying tribute to women’s curvy silhouette.

Maria Mailyukhina’s futuristic insect-antropomorphious models were dominated by red colours, to which she managed to give a particularly outstanding and Gothic texture.
Stylist, image-maker, designer Gera Skandal showed practical rather then scandalous outfits, though unexpected because of his memorable pseudonym, especially in the men’s part of the collection.