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Fashion Month: Mersedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia

September is the time for the Big Four. October is the time for me to feel big. Different Fashion Weeks are starting now and I cam't wait to taste the catwalk view again. This season I'm providing my blog with lager cover what is going on with Russian Fashion.
Mersedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia (former Russian Fashion Week) this time is having a jubileum 25 years! And this time among headliners of Russian Fashion such as Славы Зайцева, Татьяны Парфеновой, Олега Бирюкова, Лены Макашевой, Егора Зайцева, Султанны Французовой, Бессариона, Даши Гаузер, Елены Супрун, Светланы Тегин, Лилии Пустовит, Юлии Николаевой, Леонида Алексеева.
Three amazing designers would be there:
Oswald Boateng would show his new men collection. Boateng is British designer who happen to work with Givenchy before


Giles Deacon who doesn't really need to be introdused as he won the designer of year award and worked with amaizng brands like Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Louis Vuitton и Emanuel Ungaro.


PAL ZILERI would also show us new designs of everyday business fashion as they do from 1970.



25th season of Mersedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia will take place in Moscow on 18-22 of October in Manezh.

 

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Lyosha

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  1. wow....Thanks for sharing this dear....I really love to see fashion from all over the world:)..cannot wait!!


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  2. It's a very interesting post. Love Pal Zileri style.

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  4. I can only imagine what it would be to attend something like the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week !
    I would have no idea on what to wear.

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  5. Very cool! That suit jacket look amazing!

    xx

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  6. I wish I could attend. Thanks for sharing the info :)

    xx
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  8. The studio Rosemary Ferarri, where I work, is organising the Pal Zileri show :-)

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