Thursday, 21 April 2016


Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy has unveiled his AW16 lookbook, which features his signature post-soviet inspired streetwear aesthetic - self-photographed, it's a fusion of 90s subcultural looks tracing the vibes of skinheads, skaters and punks - along with his Save and Survive themed collection which debuted at Paris Men’s Fashion Week back in January.

Along with the look book comes a new film which documents the build-up to the show - both visuals come post-Rubchinskiy’s release of his book, Youth Hotel, and the announcement earlier this month, that he would be presenting his SS17 collection at Florence’s biannual menswear trade show Pitti Uomo in June.



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