The latest label-defying Russian and Ukrainian menswear has just landed in Paris

The latest label-defying Russian and Ukrainian menswear has just landed in Paris
The Ziq & Yoni Fall/Winter 2020 collection stocked at Dear Progress in Paris in January. Courtesy of Dear Progress

29 November 2019

Paris-based fashion showroom Dear Progress is launching its Fall/Winter 2020 selection of Ukrainian and Russian labels, ranging from heavy metal-themed tops and jackets to fairytale-inspired menswear.

The selection is partly an exploration of the different facets of masculinity, with the bad boy aesthetic of Nomenklatura deeply contrasting with Nashe’s soft and sensual white fleece, or the elegant dad-like style of the House of Leo.

The show is also a cross-border journey through the ages, mixing the contemporary edge of Ksenia Schnaider and Ziq&Yoni, with the fairytale-inspired collection of Anton Belinskiy, which playfully meshes the hennin with the Eastern European shepherd hat.

The showroom will be open between 17-21 January on 61 Rue de Bretagne. Book an appointment by emailing [email protected]

Nomenklatura. Courtesy of Dear Progress
Nomenklatura. Courtesy of Dear Progress
Nashe. Courtesy of Dear Progress
Nashe. Courtesy of Dear Progress
Ksenya Schnaider. Courtesy of Ksenya Schnaider
Anton Belinskiy. Courtesy of Dear Progress
Ksenya Schnaider. Courtesy of Dear Progress
House of Leo. Courtesy of Dear Progress
Anton Belinskiy. Courtesy of Dear Progress

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