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You do all know how much I LOVE young designers and discovering something new is always very important for me that's why I was so happy to be in time for Moscow Fashion Week show presented by winners of design competition held by Grazia magazine.

The themes are lovely: retro vibes of 20s (officially inspired by Gatsby), bold black and white combos. I couldn't help but smile and feel inspired by the looks. Which are your favourites?

For my outfit for the fashion week and press day of Marina Makaron (I'll tell you about it very soon is a special post) I've chosen a very simple beige/black combo which was supposed to be comfy and warm enough (comfy - yes, warm - nay)

I was wearing:
Empodium shoes
Longchamp bag
c/o Frontrowshop hat
Benetton sweater


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  1. love!!!!



  2. Lovely!
    Moscow blogger by Marina Maximova

  3. Stunning collection. You look amazing! Love your hat.

  4. I love your look, the fedora and long coat is soo 20s.

  5. Wonderful outfit, Lyosha. I like the coat and the boots of this outfit. Nice hat, too.

  6. Well, you may not be warm but at least you look great.
    I looove that towering hat and those weird gloves. I'd wear them for sure but I'd have to bend down to go through doors.

  7. Wow! Those are cool clothes! I'd love to wear them lol :D


  8. Russia has a lot of interesting new designers!!!! You are lucky to be involved with such a great event!
    XOXO from Shanghai

  9. Nice outfit and lovely blog!
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  10. love those pieces! :) and your look is so stunning too :)
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  11. You look wonderful doll!! I really like this show...I love the first look & 11, 12, 13 & then the last three, those are stunning!! What a great revival of the era!! I hope you have a great week xx

  12. love your retro look dear! xx


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