There's a lot to love about Gosha Rubchinskiy's new capsule collection for Dover Street Market: '80s euro-sport inspiration, color-blocks and patterns that burst, lazy fits that have got to be as comfy as they look. The Russian designer/photographer drew inspiration from the works of late Russian painter Timur Novikov, who blew up in his post-Soviet homeland as part of the parallel pop art movement known as nonconformism. The DSM site has already been ransacked dry, but you can try to catch some pieces in a storefront location or throw caution to the wind on Ebay.
July 28, 2015
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