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The 31 Wildest Looks From Russian Fashion Week

Masks. Stilts. Birdcages.

1. Sheer veils and experimental scarves are always fun.

Designer: Pirosmani by Jenya Malygina
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Designer: Pirosmani by Jenya Malygina

2. As are Norwegian-metal-rocker-versions of Jared Leto:

Designer: Pirosmani by Jenya Malygina
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Designer: Pirosmani by Jenya Malygina

3. Conservative and scandalous, all in one.

Designer: ART Square
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Designer: ART Square

4. You can't go wrong with a tassled bun!

Designer: ROB-ART by Katya Rozhdestvenskaya
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Designer: ROB-ART by Katya Rozhdestvenskaya

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5. Armadillo-esque one-pieces should so be a thing.

Designer: Natalia Goncharova
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Designer: Natalia Goncharova

6. Someone told a joke backstage and she cracked up!

Designer: Dasha Gauser
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Designer: Dasha Gauser

7. Who run the world? THOSE SLEEVES.

Designer: Laroom
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Designer: Laroom

8. Game of Thrones-tastic!

Designer: Julia Kupinskaya
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Designer: Julia Kupinskaya

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9. There's no better way to hide from the world.

Designer: Julia Kupinskaya
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Designer: Julia Kupinskaya

10. Ok, maybe this.

Part of the Belarus Fashion Week Collective
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Part of the Belarus Fashion Week Collective

11. TUXEDOS BELONG ON EVERYONE.

Designer: ELENA SOUPROUN By Elena Suprun
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Designer: ELENA SOUPROUN By Elena Suprun

12. Careful: extreme stylishness should come with a protective mask.

Part of the Tel Aviv Fashion Collections
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Part of the Tel Aviv Fashion Collections

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13. That high bun! That eyeshadow-blush fusion!

Designer: Alena Akhmadullina
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Designer: Alena Akhmadullina

14. Feather-hawks are hard to hate on.

Designer: Contrfashion
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Designer: Contrfashion

15. Armed and dangerous.

Designer: Contrfashion
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Designer: Contrfashion

16. Let high fashion set you freeeeeee!

Designer: Contrfashion
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Designer: Contrfashion

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17. Stilts and shipwrecks...everyone's main fashion inspirations.

Designer: Contrfashion
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Designer: Contrfashion

18. Mystery personified aka WHAT IS THAT?

Designer: Contrfashion
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Designer: Contrfashion

19. The Little Prince grew up! And he wears sneakers!

Designer: Leonid Alexeev
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Designer: Leonid Alexeev

20. Burlesque in the year 3000.

Designer: Carmen Emanuela Popa
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Designer: Carmen Emanuela Popa

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21. Showing skin in all the right places.

Designer: Carmen Emanuela Popa
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Designer: Carmen Emanuela Popa

22. David Bowie face stripes and screenprints that extend to your fingertips are all kinds of right.

Designer: Tatyana Parfionova
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Designer: Tatyana Parfionova

23. Ain't nothing wrong with a double bow tie~

Designer: Goga Nikabadze
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Designer: Goga Nikabadze

24. Why aren't blue lips more popular?

Designer: Ria Keburia
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Designer: Ria Keburia

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25. Mint-green fedora and pastel mismatched buttons = genius.

Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Pret-A-porter De Luxe
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Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Pret-A-porter De Luxe

26. 50 Shades of Muted Turquoise

Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Pret-A-porter De Luxe
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Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Pret-A-porter De Luxe

27. Every 70s floral print ever. In one outfit.

Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Pret-A-porter De Luxe
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Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Pret-A-porter De Luxe

28. Aristocrats wear only white, all the time.

Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Haute Couture
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Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Haute Couture

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29. Anna Karenina in the hoooouse!

Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Haute Couture
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Designer: SLAVA ZAITSEV Haute Couture

30. Dracula brought you some chrysanthemums.

Designer: Bunker Z
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Designer: Bunker Z

31. And the fact that someone went down a runway like this:

Designer: Kamila Kurbani
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Designer: Kamila Kurbani

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