Gosha Rubchinskiy has gained a dedicated following with his eastern european streetwear that stylistically lies between Supreme and Comme des Garcons. For Spring/Summer 2015 he returns with a collection entitled ‘1984’ that draws heavily from Soviet era athletic wear. A mashup of track jackets, cropped shorts and graphic prints channel the institutionalized ugliness of 1980’s USSR olympic wear, re-casting it as modern streetwear with barely a hint of irony. Gosha’s clothing is instantly identifiable without always having his name emblazoned on them. His authenticity and consistency in approach has made Gosha a cult favorite and this collection is likely to continue that growth. Look for these to drop early next year at retailers including Oki-Ni, Tres Bien Shop and SSENSE.