The Russian department of The British Higher School of Art and Design showcased their final course collections made by six graduates. Alina Kovaleva, Anna Ryazanova, Ilya Varegin, Lena Chudnaya, Maryana Sbitneva and Svetlana Salnikova presented their unique creations. Alina Kovaleva (founder of BRAVENTRU) was inspired by transformation and changes of life; Anna Ryazanova showcased her own vision of Kaleidoscope offering its clients the mix of classical suits and patchwork; Lena Chudnaya's URBAN PSYCHO is all about contemporary urban style and white office ‘collars’; Ilya Varegin (INFUNDIBULUM brand) presented functional decorations; UNUM NULLA brand (designer of the brand – Maryana Sbitneva) delivered collection 10, which consisted of amazing print which was created in the process of photographing dunite mineral; Svetlana Salnikova (Fy:r) showed The Daily Circus which was inspired by the metaphor that ‘every person lives his life as if a circus performer on the arena’. I personally felt in love with each of the showcased looks. How about you?
The female model appears on the catwalk wearing a robe coat in navy color, which is styled with relaxed tee and loose-fit, blue pants.
Here we see a slicked haired model wearing a green khaki two-buttoned cocoon coat paired with below-the-ankle black, knitted skirt:
Male model appears on the runway sporting a knitted khaki brown beanie, cream beige casual blazer and relaxed, dark grey trousers tucked in knitted gaiters and glossy, black flat shoes:
I like that high-collar tailored vest worn atop black tee, navy relaxed chinos and formal emerald slip-ons:
That's a statement high-crewneck blazer worn atop navy long tee and loose-fit grey-black pants:
Cowl neck pullover in grey color is teamed with knitted leggings worn underneath shorts:
The rounded shoulder coat in white color looks great atop color-blocked silken dress:
The emerald green, asymmetric pantsuit looks casual and remarkably comfortable. Love the way it's styled with pink colored top and black sneakers with pink lace-ups:
That's a strong, printed blazer with anger face on it. Love the way it's styled with dark emerald green wide trousers:
Another great look with unsurpassed fit, which is unique and individual. I personally find the following blazer to look like a kimono:
Fashion model appears in Le Cirque, red cat-eye glasses, dark grey, collarless outerwear, whtie top and mustard-yellow capri pants:
Here we see a mannish cropped blazer with rounded shoulders and 1/2 sleeves, which is worn atop bright red dress and paired with light cream pointed-toe pumps: