1960's and Malevich art. Daria Bardeeva presents her latest fall-winter womenswear collection which is inspired by two themes: Kazimir Malevich art and the silhouettes of 1960's. As you can see there is a high impact of Malevich's color scheme, including white, black and red. Black identifies economy, red as signal of revolution and white- clean action. Daria borrowed the 1960's style silhouettes that included mini-dresses, geometric prints, my favorite one - cells. The result is very constructive collection, where are shown short shirtdresses, mini-skirts, pipe-pants, A-line coats with thin belt.
Love the handmade finishing and minimalistic touch. All in all, Daria showcases the strictness and brutality.