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Fashion Month: Fame of Russian Fashion

During and even a little longer than Mersedes-Benz Fashion Week russian fashion lovers would be able to see the exhibition of Vyatcheslav Zaitsev the elder and I'd say the most famous Russian Designer. Slava Zaitsev brand is selebration it's 30 anniversary this year. Since 1982 Zaitsev is making his amaizng collections. He was the first Soviet designer to start placing his name on clothes label.


Many of his collections were shown abroad icluding "Russian Seasons In Paris" (PFW), "1000 from Christening Russia" (Milan and Paris), 2 personal exhibitions in Berlins etc. This year he was named the  Designer of year by GQ. He was a pioneer, the first designer to show Russian fashion to the world.

The exhibition would last from 18th till 31st of October in Manezh



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Lyosha

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  1. like it !!

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  2. I love learning about new designers, especially those who design internationally. It's always great to broaden our horizons!

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  3. Cool. It's fun to learn about your country.

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  4. Looks like an amzing exhibition
    Kisses
    Aga

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  5. It sounds like an amazing exhibition :)
    Thank you so much for stopping by, hope you have a fabulous week<3

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  6. really intresting post
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  7. I can only imagine how great his work must be--I would love to see more of it. So many of the best fashion crafts people and designers come from Russia!

    xo Mary Jo

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  8. Great post :)
    Would you like to follow each other ?
    Have a great day !

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  9. Great designer!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Lysa
    http://www.leblogdelysa.com

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  10. I hadn't heard of him before. Thank you for sharing!
    Have a great week!

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  11. Thanks for introducing me to this impressive designer, I hadn't known about his work before!

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  12. Interesting person!! reat Blog btw!
    Follow eachother?

    xx
    eve

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  13. Buon Martedi per te..

    Bacii

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  14. C большим уважением отношусь к Зайцеву как к модельеру, хоть и не отношусь к поклонницам его дизайна:-)

    Отличный блог! С удовольствием подписываюсь (gfc & bloglovin` & twitter).
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    Татьяна

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  15. What a great post! It's very interesting. Love it.

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  16. I didn´t know about him! Thank you for sharing this! It sounds like a great exhibition!
    kisses chris

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  17. wow)
    adorable pics)
    Angela Donava
    http://www.lookbooks.fr

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  18. hello!!!!! thanks for your lovely coment and for follow!!!

    im glad you like my blog, now im your new follower :)))

    amazing blog!!!

    kisses!!

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  19. Зайцев очень талантлив! Интересный пост!
    Подписались на Ваш блоге тоже через GFC и Bloglovin.

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  20. Wow 30 years is impressive!! Great post. Following you on BlogLovin!! Feel free to follow back!! Love your site!!

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    Have a great week!

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  21. Never heard of him, so learnt something new about fashion today ;-).

    Xo

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  22. thank you very much for your lovely coment!!! an for follow :)))

    i really love your blog, but i'm trying to follow you but I can not.

    keep trying, my nick is reich_super_244

    kisses!!!

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  23. i follow you already ;) kisses!!!!!

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  24. following back!

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  25. since I honestly don't know almost anything about Russian fashion it's really interesting to read your latest posts about it ;)

    Maiken,
    Maikeni blogi - part of me

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  26. I don't know about Russian Fashion either like Maiken but would love to know more. :)

    xx
    Heel in Mint

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  27. I hadn't known about this designer until I read your blog..very interesting!
    xx,
    Paisley
    paisleynotplaid

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  28. What an exemplary man! I would love to see that exhibition.

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  29. Wonderful talent. I loved reading this and learning more about him. xx

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  30. Great pictures and great blog! Greetings from Munich :)

    Vanessa - PureGlam.tv

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