• Russian designers showed a collection of "Gypsy" clothes trolleybus Park

  • Russian clothing brand Rasario has introduced a new collection, the show took place in Moscow 5th trolleybus Park of a name of I. I. Artamonova. About it the correspondent "Tapes.ru" has told the representative a press-services of the brand.

    A source of inspiration for the creation of the line became the image of the Gypsy girl Carmen, created by the writer Prosper mérimée. Collection are textured fabrics: mesh, embroidered with sequins, silk jacquard, glitter, silk and lace with beading

    At the end of October 2016 in the Moscow metro passed the new collection of Alexander Terekhov. Venue for the fashion show chose the station "Dostoevskaya".

    As the podium used a portion of the platform, the girls showed a new model under the noise of passing trains.


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