It’s no secret that designers often draw inspiration from the past – so the fabrics and styles that our grandmothers and moms have worn come back again. This time just two Russian brands were inspired by the 80th years of the XX century. To the delight of lovers of retro in one collection are the summer models, and the second offers a wardrobe for autumn and winter. We look at the lukbuki and select images immediately for two fashionable seasons!
Italian cinema by Roseville
Fashion and cinematography are intertwined in the aesthetics of the brand for a long time – feminine silhouettes and elegant dresses, which are characteristic styles for the brand, could also be worn by Hollywood divas, such as Audrey Hepburn or Elizabeth Taylor.
But the new collection was inspired by one of the cult Italian actresses, namely the young Ornella Muti. Her image in the campaign was embodied by the vice-miss “Russia-2015” Vladislav Yevtushenko. The basis of the collection was romantic cotton sarafans with open shoulders, fitted dresses with collars, blouses of loose cut and bright trouser suits.
Tuscan landscapes and types of typical Italian courtyards helped create the right atmosphere – the heroine of the photo session, authored by Dmitry Iskhakov, strolls through the garden among the graceful statues, sunbathing at old fountains and slowly sipping coffee in the shade of age-old trees. Carefully, from viewing can desperately want to leave!
Disco and furs from Izeta
Decoration of the lukbuk of the autumn-winter collection from the Russian brand Izeta is more reserved – the focus is on the clothes themselves.
Here the reflection found respectability, fatal moods and shine of discos. Luxury furs from karakulchi, lynx, mink, sparkling gold dresses, seductive velvet and daring patent leather – these materials set the mood of the collection.
Apparently, after a romantic Italian summer, autumn will take us to the languid and energetic West Berlin of the 80s.