Vika Gazinskaya Russian doll

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It is probably hard to find a person who has not seen something from the latest collection of Vika Gazinskaya – “Animated sketches”

Both Russian and international mass media have long called Vika a master of intrigue. In previous seasons, three weeks before Vika’s show, she, her friend Miroslava Duma, as well as other well-known fashionistas demonstrate outfits from the collection in all their glory during many fashion-weeks and social events. This time was not an exception: Vika was able to tease the audience with her incredible “paper “dresses. She intrigued Moscow fashionistas and they began to talk about her new collection during sidelines, waiting for the show eagerly.

As Vika herself says, while creating any collection, she sees a puzzle in her head, which, in the end, turns into picture. Now the picture is out to be judged by her audience. It has been a month since the collection came out, and it is difficult to find at least one unsatisfied or critical article about it. All the fashion critics were delighted, no one remained indifferent.

Vika perfectly keeps the style of her brand and is definitely a cult designer of modern Russia. Her clothes, as always intelligent, are complex in cut and color, have unimaginable prints with parrots, “weeping” diamonds and accessories as if cut out of paper. Perfect bows in the back are the tribute to the memory of Yves Saint-Laurent.

Website: Vika Gazinskaya

Where to buy: Fivestory, Collette

Image Credits: Street Peeper, Vogue, Citizen Couture, Street Style Aesthetic.

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