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Gosha staged his runway presentation in one of Russia’s first ever rave venues. That theme carries through to the whole collection with looks based around the personal style of 90’s Ravers. In addition to the usual streetwear staples that we’ve come to known from the label, the collection also includes  Track jackets and oversized jersey by way of the season’s Adidas collab. The fit this time around is much baggier, with a focus on bright patel colors and even tie-dye pieces.

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Gosha Rubchinskiy is an unlikely fashion success story. He went from barely being able to produce his first collection to one of the hottest designers showing in Paris. His unconventional approach to streetwear has attracted a dedicated cult following. While Reebok may not be the hottest sneaker brand in 2016, it’s classic sneaker models hold a great deal of nostalgia and history in their design. Gosha flips adds simple embroidered detailing onto the heel of this Reebok model as part of his Spring/Summer 2016 collection.

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Gosha Rubchinskiy showed his Fall/Winter 2016 collection as part of Paris Fashion Week. The show was a shift from his olympic themed spring/summer showing. This time around the Russian designer pivoted away from primary colors and the more ostentatious branding towards a more industrial, grungy aesthetic that brings to mind the type of communist era Soviet army surplus. Shirts are tucked in with army belts and layered underneath heavy leathers and shearling coats. Sweatshirts and pants are oversized with sleeves and pantlegs draping like extra appendages. The sneakers are Reebok, and hint at a collaborative model dropping soon. While not a predictable collection, it does it’s job of adding to Gosha’s universe and all it entails. Look for the items to drop online this summer at stockists like End Clothing, Tres Bien and SSENSE.

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Photographer – Anatoly Kirichenko

Stylist – Tas Tobey

 

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