Gosha Rubchinskiy Gets Delicate For Spring

Gosha-Rubchinskiy-Spring-2014-Collection

Moscow-born designer Gosha Rubchinskiy‘s latest lookbook takes his punk roots and gives them a decidedly brighter twist for spring. Known for his skate-inspired streetwear, Rubchinskiy drew inspiration from the Post-Soviet youth and Russia’s ’80s punk scene, referencing bands like Auktyon and AVIA. “Russian people and places are always the main subjects of my work,” says Rubchinskiy in a Dazed Digital interview. This season, he created an androgynous collection in a softer springtime color palette. Accented with quirky sunrise prints by Ukrainian artist Igor Okuniev, the line expresses Rubchinskiy’s main theme of rassvet, sunrise, or the start of something new. Check out the collection below. (Via Dazed Digital)

POSTED October 22, 2013 1:36PM IN STYLE NEWS TAGS: ,

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