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Unique Russia, my day 3

It was not a day 3 for everyone, it was just a day three for me. It was a start ofEthnic fashion program, focusing on heritage and friendly differences between various people of Russia. It is an issue for many people here that the differences are not embraced and even among the majority of people of Russia various habits, cultures, languages and traditions are not supported and seen as wrong, while on the Russians (Slavic people) are seen as real Russians and only their culture is appropriate. It is a very important day to me as well being a minority. Today I want to show the collections from Tatarstan region (and I highly recommend to take a look at the first six costumes because after all this a blog of a Tartar girl) and Bashkotostand region (both by Millihasite group), Tyva (two different shows), Sakha (north Syberia) and Bryansk (a collection of typically seen as "from Russia"), there also was a collection from fellow Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan (the latter from Happy Bird Atelier is more of the modern look to the roots). I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did.
 




 Tatarstan






Bashkotostan




Kazakhstan



Uzbekistan



Dancers with fans. Irkutsk







Kazahstan





Sakha, also known as Yakutia


Tyva, designer Ay-Dash-Sat


Bryansk






Tyva region.

My outfit is mostly about the vest I worn differently this time. Thankfully this skirt is roomy enough to accommodate thick knitted vest and a shirt easily and comfortably. I paired the looks with neutral shoes and a bag. I find the outfit cute really and it doesn't go with ethnic styles but generally I do think trying to fit in traditional style keeping it comfortable for photo-work is too tricky. Well.. I'd totlly be outshined by proper dresses on a catwalk anyway.


I was wearing:
Jil Sander boots
Calvin Klien bag
Lusio skirt (Russian brand)
H&M vest
Unqlo white shirt
Calzedonia tights 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I love love love! The black cardigan is gorgeous! I also love your skirt, very cute :)

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  2. Love the color combinations ! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. It is so wonderful to see all of the incredible designs. These pieces are so intricate and detailed <3
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  4. These are incredible: thank you for sharing with us!
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  5. Wonderful to see the unique costumes and accessories that go along with them. They all look spectacular.

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  6. Yet another beautiful collection of Ethnic fashion show from Russia :) love it.

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  7. That's a nice outfit - my granddaughter would love that skirt, because she loves to twirl

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  8. Love seeing different styles that came from different places.. says a lot about them! Interesting outfits!

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  9. I left Russia 30 years ago, none of this was even in the making. It's fascinating to see how far these former USSR republic went their own cultural way. Stunning outfits.
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    1. to be brutally honest all of these style are way older than USSR. Surely in USSR period nobody should have been different comparing to the 'party standard' but it's very hard not to embrace who you are because you can not just fit in that easily, being different by birth. The reason why people try to speak up about it if the harm USSR did to ethnic cultures.

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  10. I love seeing all the cultural differences in fashion alone! I couldn't pick a favorite style, they were all so stunning. This definitely makes me want to look more into Russian culture.

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  11. I have read about Tartarstan and history and the culture, but never saw the traditional outfits before. They are so beautiful!

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    1. oh thank you for reading about it! You made me feel so happy! And I am glad I could fill in the gap

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  12. WOW there are some really stunning outfits here. So much history and culture.

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  13. Fashion is universal and varies from culture to culture. It really is amazing to see so much history and culture being portrayed at once!

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  14. It really is wonderful seeing fashion and history from various cultures. Until now I didn't even know about Tartarstan and their culture. This really was educational and i'm proud to say I for sure learned something new today.

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  15. I would have love to see this in person. The clothes are absolutely gorgeous. Many of them are so vibrant! I never realized there were so many different regions in Russia. Thank you for this! Also your outfit is super stylish. That plaid skirt is everything!

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  16. The ethnic elements are enchanting and I love how it was updated with something new and make it fashionable!

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  17. Oh wow! Just stunning! This would probably have been my favourite day of all

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  18. I love the costumes of the Tatarstan Region! That's great that you chose to highlight them since that culture doesn't receive as much attention from the majority of Russians.

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  19. I love those unique outfit collection. I even didn't know that people also wear these beautiful type of costumes in Russia.

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  20. Wow these look amazing and some of them are new to me. Great to know new styles

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  21. These costumes are phenomenal! I love the colours and textures, and the attention to detail is beautiful

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  22. When I saw this, I fangirled. I'm fascinated with all things Russian, and seeing these stunning costumes, particularly the deep orange and red/maroon ensemble, is truly wonderful. Also seeing the Bashkotostan and Kazahstan collections - it's incredible how we can tell which group they belong to just on the design of their outfits.

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  23. I love looking at how fashion in other counties differ from western cultures. Everything photograph is so pretty and traditional.

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  24. I will be the first to admit that I know next to nothing about Russian culture, so this was really neat to see, and it makes me want to go research and learn more about it all! Your outfit also looks amazing. It has such a classic feel to it, and I love it.

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    1. I am glad it was interesting, now you know a little more and it's fun. After all after this post you aware of different cultures out there, not only of the slavs

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  25. This was such a fun article to read. I didn't know much about Russian culture, so reading this made me feel like I learned a little more today.

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  26. I don't know a lot about Russian culture so this show looks like a great way to share that and to embrace the differences! So many pretty traditional outfits!

    I like you outfit too, the skirt is so cute and the vest looks really cosy! :)

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  27. Oh wow love all of these designs and that there is a focus on culture and heritage

    Laura x

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  28. It's beautiful to see these ethic and traditional designs and costumes. The Tatar costumes with their bright colours are stunning but all of these traditional designs are beautiful in their own way. I have always loved folklore and national costumes. It is great you were able to visit this event that shows fashion and culture from different ethnic groups in Russia. Do you have any books to recommend about Tatar culture? I have watched some Youtube videos about Tatarstan region and their music/culture. I know that the Soviet Union didn't look kindly on minorities and often suppressed their culture. I have recently read a novel Zuleikha (otvaraet glaza ) by Guzel Yakhina.
    P.S. I didn't know you were a minority.

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    1. I read Zuleikha too and enjoyed it a lot! It's pretty awesome you read it in different country, I didn't know the book was translated. As a tatar I can't really recommend books on traditions because I never needed it first place as my family is very traditional, for example, my first language is tatar not russian. Actually, I even look very typical for my nationality, very average. In fact both Soviets and modern day Russia is not kind to minorities, I was bullied in school for that, I even had issues on the streets with aggressive people.

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    2. I'm very sorry to hear that you were bullied for it. That's horrible. I know that it was a problem in Soviet times but hoped things were better now. However, the fact that books like Zuleikha are popular in Russia (and other countries) must be a good sign. Possibly there will be changes for the better and minority cultures will get the respect they deserve. I read Zuleikha it in a Croatian translation (I think). It could have also been one of the languages used in BIH, they are quite similar. Would you recommend the TV series? I haven't seen it.

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  29. Wow so many different cultures represented! Love the jewel colors of the Aspara Kazakstan. The teal dress with the sunburst is my favorite

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  31. Wow! Love your outfit. Your skirt is really nice.
    Loved the pieces featured too during the show. There is so much character. :)

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