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Highlights From Moscow Fashion Week. Made in Russia

Tamam Humorif
The uncompromising Tamam Humorif (Via MFW)

Fashion Week in Moscow. Made in Russia” winds up today after having thrilled fashion fans attending the event at Gostiny Dvor (Shopping arcade). The event, produced by Artem Krivda of Chanel, Armani, and Chloe fame, featured a fashion world symphony of events from business master classes to the newest designs from Elema by Aiplatov, O Blanc, Alla Couture, Daniel Antsiferov, Anna Dubovitskaya, and many more.

The show kicked off October 13th featuring the wonderful work of Valentin Yudashkin (below with models) — people's artist of the Russian Federation. 

Valentin Yudashkin
Valentin Yudashkin (Courtesy Moscow Fashion Week)

The highlight of day 2 of the show was arguably the new collection of Fashion house Helena Shipilova. Her Spring-Summer 2016 collection speaks from the voice of multiculturalism and the layering of many creative ideas. Dresses fashioned from eco-fabrics grace this marvelous collection. 

spring-summer 2016 Elena Shipilova
The spring-summer 2016 Elena Shipilova (Courtesy MFW)

Also on day two, the fabulous creativity and style of the house Humariff was revealed in a stunning collection of young designer Tamam Humorif. These hand made wedding dresses feature unique and individually crafted dresses of uncompromising quality which show off extraordinary draping, lace, flowing organza, and beaded embroidery work. Calling these "fabulous" is an understatement, as you can see in the image below. 

Tamam Humorif
The uncompromising Tamam Humorif (Via MFW)

The stunning Victoria Andreyanova "Regatta" peview was a promise to high society girls headed to Black Sea resorts or the Riviera next Spring, that crisp and classy style has not gone out of style. 

Victoria Andreyanova
Barefoot beauties model Victoria Andreyanova's newest collection (Via MFW)

If the fashion world stood on sleek and slender legs ever, then the sleek and casual designs of Ellie Ramazanova certainly highlighted what's covering those legs scantily this Spring and Summer. 

Rina Ber and EDLIN
Designs by Rina Ber and EDLIN grace the runway at MFW 2015.

Day three of the show was another "hats off" to designer Daniel Antsiferov, who's Spring and Summer 2016 casual chic ready-to-wear styles were customarily bright and shining examples of his latest testament to self expression and sexuality. 

Daniil ANTSIFEROV SS 2016 at MFW

Collection Youtan Poluo by Anna Dubovitskaya (below) fairly exemplified the best of Russia concept of MFW. A mix of Eastern culture, disco and street fashion, the designs in this collection are timeless icons testifying to simplicity as an eternal fashion sense. 

Anna Dubovitskaya
Anna Dubovitskaya in front of the photo exhibition lookbook YOUTAN POLUO Anna dubovickiy (Courtesy MFW)

Our Russia would like to thank Moscow Fashion Week for the use of these wonderful photos.