The recent Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia March10-15, 2018 in Moscow was an exciting week of fashion buzz and runway theatrics. Staged at the magnificent Manege Center, it was a fantastic showcase for the best and brightest creative minds in Russia and surrounding areas. With the addition of the African Explosion, a group of rising young designers from Africa, it was a truly a global event equal to the preceding Fashion Weeks in London, Paris, Milan and New York. Thanks to Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia, celebrating its 36th season,
Covering Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia 2018 and playing tourist in Moscow left me breathless. I gained a new perspective on the country I hail from and the great people who still call it home. Moscow, Russia’s capital, and hosts of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week created a fantastic experience for all the visitors and locals alike. Moscow has seen a lot of positive changes in the last years. New infrastructure and a growing economy make this city a worldly place of opportunity. The new level of diversity presented on the runway
It has been a few days since I got back from Moscow where Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia just concluded its 36th season. I am still buzzing with excitement from the shows and the top-notch experience received during this week. The week deserves global recognition for its noteworthy designers, state of the art facilities at the Manege and expert direction of MBFW Russia’s President, Alexander Shumsky. I am thrilled at the opportunity to share and shed light on Russia as a fashion destination worth visiting. In today’s post, I am focusing
Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia debuted in the capitol, Moscow, last Saturday and is officially in full swing. The week is filled with hundreds of noteworthy shows, speeches by industry leaders and cutting-edge street style. All of these events are attracting thousands of fashionistas to the Manage where the majority of the festivities are held. Most of the “show-off” moments happen right outside of this grand establishment. This is the place where everyone gathers prior to shows in hopes of having their photo taken by one of the major publications.