April 5, 2015
By Marcellous L. Jones
Photos by Vanja Isosevic
St. Petersburg, Russia – Dramatically long knits compose this unusually light and urban collection at Bukhinnik. The new Fall Winter 2015/16 collection is surprising particularly when one takes into account the plaids and the amounts of prints that have been used.
The trousers are cut normally close to the body and without any particular distinction. They are done in denim, woven material and herringbone. The only thing that is eye-catching about their traditional cuts is the 4-inch cuffs. This is without mentioning the 5-inch zippers in the collection too.
As the collection moves forward, we see the tone shift dramatically. We find a black tracksuit in English lace, which is really a surprise for such an otherwise masculine collection. The models return all congruently to reveal fully the looks such as total looks.