Standout Moments from Day Seven at the International RUSSIA Expo

Moscow Fashion Week is underway at the Central Exhibition Hall ‘Manege’ and Pavilion No. 75 at VDNH, forming part of the International RUSSIA Expo. On the seventh day, designers from Donetsk, Yekaterinburg, Orenburg, Tver, Tyumen, and Elista presented their collections.

S.Borisova (Donetsk)
Designer S.Borisova unveiled the "Heart of Donbass" collection, inspired by the city's atmosphere. Drawing from Donetsk's distinctive architecture of industrial buildings, mines, and heavy industry plants, the brand embraced a minimalist design ethos with clean lines and proportions, incorporating natural ecological materials. The collection primarily showcased black tones, symbolizing coal, enhanced with metallic embellishments. The clothing pieces, evoking the essence of miners' attire, featured jumpsuits, belts, and robust boots.

ORENSHAL (Orenburg)
Specializing in shawls, typical for Orenburg, ORENSHAL exhibited a collection emphasizing exceptional femininity, traditional values, and a soft color palette. The designer incorporated global trends into the pieces, featuring midi-length skirts and dresses, semi-transparent sweaters, and pearl embellishments. The national influence was evident when models with scarves embroidered with ashberries and Gzhel patterns graced the runway.

Maria Rybakova (Tver)
Designer Maria Rybakova unveiled the collection "My Soul," centered around the theme of femininity. The interplay of transparent textures represented vulnerability and strength, with flowing maxi dresses in milky hue, soft blue, and blue shades adorned with lace details. Open shoulders and high slits added a touch of drama, accentuating the silhouette.

Tweed & Co (Tyumen)
Tweed & Co is a young and rapidly growing clothing brand from Tyumen, offering a fresh perspective on classic design while incorporating modern trends in men's and women's tweed clothing. Their latest collection, "Monochrome in Details," features wool and suit fabrics from the former Tyumen’s Factories under the Krosno Corporation. These materials are vintage-inspired. Classic silhouettes are enhanced with understated accents like skirt slits, intriguing sleeves, or shirt bows.

Vira Plotnikova (Yekaterinburg)
Vira Plotnikova is a Russian outerwear designer brand with a factory in Yekaterinburg, specializing in producing fashionable Teddy Coat-style coats. This season, models showcased coats of varying lengths in shades ranging from creamy to plum and black. The coat designs surprised with their diversity, offering options from youthful oversized styles to tailored timeless classics.

SHCHUR (Elista)
Hailing from Kalmykia, the SHCHUR brand has been creating high-quality stylish women's clothing for seven years. This season, designer Elena Khasikova presented a feminine and elegant collection to guests. The show featured two parts: monochrome everyday sets with jackets and flowing skirts, as well as cocktail options for evening outings. Perfect tailoring, maxi length, boat necklines, one-shoulder crop tops, and accentuated cutouts beautifully highlighted the figure and individuality.

The fashion shows at the International RUSSIA Expo in Pavilion No. 75 at VDNH are open to all visitors. Live streams of the shows can also be watched on the official Moscow Fashion Week website. Recordings of the shows are available on the official VK community. Guests can look forward to four more Fashion shows by designers from various cities of Russia, such as Medvezhyegorsk, Penza, and Yakutsk. They come to Moscow to present their collections on the final day of Moscow Fashion Week - March 8th.

Moscow Fashion Week takes place from March 1st to 8th at the prestigious Central Exhibition Hall ‘Manege’ and Pavilion No. 75 at VDNH, serving as the location for the international RUSSIA Expo. The event garnered significant attention, receiving an impressive 1038 applications from designers hailing from 151 cities across 72 regions of Russia.