There’s no doubt about it, the fashion world is constantly evolving. And with new designers emerging every day, it can be tough to keep up with the latest and greatest trends. But don’t worry, we’re here to help! Here are some of our favorite emerging designers from the eastern block that you need to check out. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed!
Alexander Shumsky, the president of the, was quoted analysing Russia’s capital to Euronews.
“We have made Moscow a hub for cheaper designer brands that are in create unusual fashion, interesting content and have great potential!”
The five designers below Discovered at Mercedes Benz Fashion week Russia below confirm Mr. Szumski statement. Their creativity, authentic story telling, sustainability efforts in production as well as a artisan craftsmanship are at driving for us of their brands DNA‘s.
MBFWRussia has positioned itself as a sought after destination where discovery of young talemt who re Making their contribution to the future of fashion possible. These 4 talents will transform your basic look into something spectacular!
All things pretty and feminine: Yana Bezfamilnaya experiments with the perfect amount of sweet and sassy. She plays around with light colors and loud patterns to get a calm balance. With multiple stores across Russia, Yana knows what to feed her customers.
Confidence is made into the clothes, in fact, a recurring visual that Yana uses is an abstract outline of breasts. This lovely design is being represented as art and is meant to be seen; compared to 99% of the time where women’s chests are meant to be hidden.
Looking for something sexy? Saynomore will leave you speechless with their options.
Fabricated for the woman who is comfortable in her skin and who’s not afraid to show it off
Vereja uses traditional Russian crocheting techniques to explore the body and sexuality.
Igor Andreev, the founder, first learned to knit as a child at school, much later, in 2018 he and his best friend, Masha Komarova launched their brand. Focusing on upcycled silhouettes, their work varies from extensive crochet dresses to colorful knit tops.
All of Vereja’s garments are hand-knitted, often using reclaimed sweaters, tablecloths, and doilies. The key inspiration for the label are some of the lesser publicized pre-Soviet Russian cultures: Think fairy tales, traditions from rural villages, and pagan holidays.
Conceptualized visions designed into couture, ready-to-wear, and abstract looks keep the viewers of Nastya Nekrasova on their tippy toes.