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Saint-Petersburg Fashion Week Defile na Neve S/S 2011

22nd Defile na Neve fashion week took place during October 7-10 in Saint-Petersburg (there were several shows off this schedule, the last one happened on October, 30th). 22 Russian and Latvian designers presented their spring-summer 2011 collections in beautiful historic buildings and museums.

An interesting fact: there are now two fashion weeks in Saint-Petersburg. Aurora fashion week, a very new thing, will happen for the second time this fall during November 14 – 20. Puzzled? Don’t be: Moscow has even more weeks! It is a good old Russian tradition and I will tell you all about it later.

Here is my list of Defile na Neve S/S 2011 best collections:

1. Stas Lopatkin “The Abduction of Europa”.
This collection’s theme is travel… but even more so it is time travel – to old Saint-Petersburg, the city of tall ships and sailors.  If I were a tourist, I would definitely snatch one of those dresses printed with ships as a souvenir.

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2. Lilia Kisselenko “Collection #27″.
Well-to-do crowd loves Kisselenko for more than 15 years. A woman can never have too much black clothes if she lives in Saint-Petersburg…

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3. Mila Vasilyeva “Time Diagonal”
Mila describes her style as “vintage and art-fashion”. She uses such techniques as: handmade embroidery, antique style lacework, vintage style beadwork and painting on natural silk, velvet and organza. Stunning detail shots at milavasilyeva.com

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4. Polina Raudson‘s 2nd collection “Save the Butterflies” is all about fantasy, lightness…. and mix-and-match. It is a complete woman’s wardrobe, very well put together, with clothes for every occasion. It even has leggings.

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5. Vladislav Aksenov “Black 4 People”.
There are very few Russian designers who makes clothes exclusively for men, and just a handful of them do it with a goal of changing Russian men’s appearance and way of thinking. I can only imagine how this collection had blown people’s minds away in Saint-Petersburg.

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Pictures via defilenaneve.ru

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  • Natasha polyuina

    Polina raudson no much talent. She sends sex videos to lots of men some married.