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Gosha Rubchinskiy Goes a Bit More Grown Up

It might be a bit weird of us to call a lookbook modeled on a 15-year old Parisian kid named Pablo "grown up," but still, there's something slightly more mature about Gosha Rubchinskiy’s latest collection compared to his past 10-odd seasons of angsty T-shirts and sweats inspired by skate and youth culture of his native Moscow. Influenced by downtown New York of the 1980s, the topcoats, double-breasted blazers, shearlings and overalls in Rubchinskiy's fall collection would've looked great on sophisticated Manhattan style icons like John Lurie and Jean-Michel Basquiat. There's still plenty of long-sleeved tees and sweatshirts for the kids to skate in, plus a collaboration on shoes with Camper that looks comfy as hell, but something tells us Rubchinskiy, now stocked at Dover Street Market, Opening Ceremony and Oki-Ni like a true boss, has done some growing up.

Gosha Rubchinskiy Goes a Bit More Grown Up