Queen's off duty


Photo courtesy: Marcus Tondo (Vogue.com)


Playing with clothes, more precisely -  taking 'cool' runaway pieces out to the street and applying them to my personal style is never a tiring game.
I think one of the most ironical yet memorable AW 2017 menswear collections was by way of Massimo Giorgetti for MSGM when the designer sent male models down the runaway in sportswear garments & jeans mixed with silk scarves which framed models' faces (nod to Queen Elizabeth II). 
So this time I asked my galpal Julia to take me to my favorite location in Krasnodar (an abandoned railway station with some useless wagons) and take a couple of shots of me paying hommage to the infamous AW 2017 MSGM Menswear Collection by wearing a silk scarf on top of a military baseball cap and Domyos black kickboxing shorts (buy here).
What think you?





Location: 25 Ippodromnaya St.
Photo: Julia Chicago
Styling: Maurice Chabale
Clothes: shirt - Maurice Chabale Design, shorts - Domyos, vintage scarf


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Seoul  FW Fall 2017 Pick-Ups


I'm happy to finally have my hands on reviewing the Seoul Fashion Week 2017 collections. I see South Korea as a mesmerizing piece on planet Earth which I unfortunately know a little about, but it doesn't mean I ain't interested. On the contrary, I would die to have a chance to come to Seoul some day and exlore all the magic of street style panorama of  the South Korean streets that we all heard a lot of. 
This is not actually a review as in 'real review',  because you always have more respected critics (like Hillary Alexander or Suzy Menkez, god bless their souls) with a better vocabulary than mine,  you know. So I think it would be precious for my dear readers to just pay attention to some Korean designer names and trends featured at the Seoul Fashion Week through my eyes. 

Blindness







Supercomma B


Pushbutton





 Rocket & Lunch 


Fleamadonna










KIOK



NOHKE



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People at Art South 2017 exhibition



This is the most fashionable crown my cam could spot at the Art South 2017 exhibition. Whose look is your favorite, leave a comment below. 









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Art South 2017 Exhibition 


Photo courtesy: vk.com/artsouth2017

Today was the opening day of the ART SOUTH 2017 exhibition at the Krasnodar Center of Actual Art - "ZIP". There were so many attendees over there. I didn't expect to see so many stylish young people. Funny how I pretended to be a photographer & was snapping art lovers over and over again and they all were polite and respectful. In spite of the very crowded venue, I had so much fun.  For now I can only feature a few of my favorite artworks. I guess I should make another blogpost about the most fashionable men & women who attended the event in my cam. Some of them are really worth being a part of ART SOUTH  exhibition next year (Just kidding). 






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Photoshoot: Part I 

Blazer, jacket & trousers by Helen Lichutina, New Yorker scarf, Bershka backpack,
 tweed cap by Familiashop

I had so much fun at the photo-shoot with a Limonad photoschool team last weekend. My galpal Julia urgently needed a portfolio for her LIMONAD photoschool project or what have you. So who you think was she supposed to ask for modelling and styling the shoot? You have one try only. LOL
As for me, there is no way I can skip another opportunity for bitchfacing or showing off my new outfits for free in front of a camera. You should have seen faces of basic betches  people around us. I felt like a monkey in the zoo wearing  my Yves Saint Laurent x Hedi Slimane - inspired lewk. 
So our total score is 200 photos which I can't sort out because all of them are worth being posted which is impossible. So it took me around an hour and a half to pick up the best ones to present them to you, my dear readers. And this is only a small part of it all. I hope you'll appreciate the humour hidden in and enjoy the result. 


 Calliope Man tartan print cotton shirt, Pants by Helen Lichutina, 
Sneakers by Stronger (bought at Palatin), socks by Modisbowtie by Maurice Chabale Design





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