April 3, 2015
By Marcellous L. Jones
Photos by Vanja Isosevic
St. Petersburg, Russia – The new Fall Winter 2015/16 women’s collection by Belorussian fashion house Apti Zeiev is one that is a strong reflection of the menswear presented upon the same occasion as the men. We find in it strong prints, winter tones and some camouflage as a tip of the hate to current style relevancy.
The designer uses knits to embellish this particular collection that sees women bearing the legs just a bit thanks to Capri lengths. They are wearing long overcoats that are light and with the ease of flow that one would expect or even demand in a contemporary womenswear collection.
Here we do not see a super glamorous amazon. Instead we find rather an urbanite, who is compelled to be active and stylish in her daily life. So she opts to place shorts skirts in leather with angular edges. She also likes unlined coats for lightness. She pairs her ensembles together with T-shirts and keeps it moving very quickly!