Whimsical Patterns Informed Street Style at Moscow Fashion Week SS19

Denim layers and ’90s style ruled the day.

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With attendees at Seoul and Shanghai’s Fashion Week events striving to deliver the utmost in over-the-top branding, Moscow Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 was comparatively distinct. Sure, big logos from labels like Vetements and Prada were on display, but guests toyed with DIY illustrations and patches, layering up with clothing that explored color interplay and shape. Along with sporty gear from adidas and Nike footwear, looks included boxy blazers, slouchy shirting and plenty of leather belts, wrapped around the waist or midriff. Young people seemingly outnumbered the older attendees, yielding comfort-focused looks that preferred hoodies and puffer jackets to more tailored items.

Check out key looks from the event above.

Meanwhile at Tokyo Fashion Week, N.HOOLYWOOD debuted a bric-a-brac-indebted collection.

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