News — Fashion
The celebrated emerging Moscow-based fashion brand J.Kim has found inspiration for its 2017 Fall/Winter collection lookbook in an unsual place: still life compositions and North Korean uniforms.
Today Russian fashion designer and photographer Gosha Rubchinskiy launches his new capsule collection, created to mark the 20th anniversary of cult rock group Mumiy Troll's landmark album Morskaya.
Serbian fashion and art initiative NEO design have launched their latest project ATEHNEO, a literature-inspired collection that draws on the culture and mythology of the Khazar people.
Polish high street fashion brand Reserved launched last week on London's iconic shopping stretch, Oxford Street.
This Thursday, Calvert 22 Space will host Fashion and the Revolution, a talk on the changing approach to fashion and style from the Russian Revolution to the present.
Italian clothes brand Diesel, known for its stylish jeans and daring TV commercials, has filmed its most recent advert on Kiev's famously unfinished Podilsko-Voskresensky Bridge.
WWF has launched a new collection of camouflage wear in Bulgaria, with the aim of raising awareness about growing plans for destructive urbanisation in Pirin National Park.
The Tajik government wants to help Tajikistan's population navigate the complex world of fashion by establishing a commission to promote clothing it deems appropriate. In particular, the commission will look to work against “alien” influences that are corrupting Tajiks' sense of style.
Russia's historic love affair with German sports brand Adidas has taken a turn for the worse as the RBC news agency reports that the comapny plans to close around 160 outlets in Russia this year.