New collection from Oleg Biryukov, which was presented during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia, was inspired by paintings of Alexander Korovin. We see gorgeous color palette and floral prints which appear in designer's creations. Everything looks emotional, lightweight and bright. Speaking of colors, then I see here white, yellow, black, grey, blue and olive-brown hues. Biryukov used natural silk fabrics making those airy silhouettes. We see harmonious proportions, functional details and gorgeous flower-de-luce prints. If I had to characterize these clothes, then it would best to call them reserved and laconic. We see maxi gowns in various prints, great, tailored vests, cocoon inspired coats and dresses. I tried to choose the best looks from the show, so I hope you will like these creations the same as me:
The crewneck, jacquard coat in loose-fit shape looks great worn atop dark navy ensemble and white slip-ons.
That's an eye-catching two-piece dress which consists of an elongated short sleeve sweatshirt and a pencil (below-the-knee) skirt.
That's a pretty, summery, short-sleeve maxi gown in pale yellow color and iris burgundy flower print.
Here we see a blue maxi gown in the same iris print. This piece can be styled with your favorite layers, starting from wrap cardigans to leather biker jackets and long, slouchy sweater.
Here we see model with side parted long hair, who sports a pale yellow and floral print maxi ensemble, which is covered by rich blue, tailored vest.
How about this ethereal maxi dress which is ideal for wearing at summer beach parties or creative events.
Here we see a lightweight top styled with maxi skirt in pale blue color.
The emerald green tailored vest looks sophisticated worn with dark green, flawless gown.
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