“A lilac bush is better than orchids. And dandelions too, and thistles. And why? And because they distract a person at least for a short time, take him away from people and the city, make him sweat and return from heaven to earth. And when you’re all here and no one bothers you, even if you remain alone for a while and start thinking, alone, without outside help. When you dig into the garden, it's time to philosophize. Nobody guesses about it, nobody blames you, nobody knows anything, you become a true philosopher - a kind of Plato among the peonies, Socrates, who grows hemlock for himself. The one who drags a bag of manure on his back across his lawn is akin to Atlas, who has the globe spinning on his shoulders. Samuel Spaulding, Esquire, once said, "Digging the ground, dig in your soul." Spin the blades of this mower, Billand the life-giving stream of the Fountain will grow you. " (from)
The prints on the fabrics are made according to the author's sketches by Marusya Zaitseva.
The accessory line - bags in the form of dumbbells - a preview of the new line from Marusya Zaitseva, which she will soon present in a separate lookbook.
Show shoes - Melissa.
Show accessories - MOROZ bracelets.
Strategy and concept - Mikhail Svyatogor, Superskazki production