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Nika Kolesnikova „Wind“



Model: Kanon @cat_ballerina
Stylist: Elena Sinelnikova @sinelnikova_stylist
Model: Evelina @evelinatemnik
Model: Kamilla @kamilla.skar
Creative Director: ProvizageVrn @provizage_vrn
Photographer: Nika Kolesnikova @hey_nikaphoto
Fashion Designer: Leo Kate Studio @leo_kate_studio
Model: Sonya @sonechka_novack

Polina Mordvinova „King Davis“


King Davis

Photographer: Polina Mordvinova @paulmordvian
Hair Stylist: Gabriele Marozzi @gab_marozzi
Photographer: Vladimir Mordvinov @boboscamera
Makeup Artist: Alice Maggioni @alicemaggioni 
Wardrobe Stylist: Aldacleofe Sterli @cleofexsterli 
Model: Kim Davis @1kimdavis

Top Majorelle Pants Federico Sangalli; Jumpsuit Aeron Blazer Zara Earrings Rue des Mille

Dress Akep Band Zara; Jumpsuit Aeron Blazer Zara Earrings Rue des Mille

Dress Akep Band Zara; Top Naked Lingerie

Dress Akep Band Zara; Jumpsuit Aeron Blazer Zara Earrings Rue des Mille

Dress Akep Band Zara

Top Naked Lingerie; Jumpsuit Aeron Blazer Zara Earrings Rue des Mille

Interview with Gallery owner HAZEGALLERY, Irina Rusinovich


photo credit: Sasha Grigg

Interview with Gallery owner HAZEGALLERY, Irina Rusinovich

Irina Rusinovich began her career by studying Business Management Studies at UCL London but quickly realized that her interest lay more in Arts. After college she enrolled in the fashion photography course at St. Martins during this time, she opened her photo studio in the heart of Moscow working for 4 years as a fashion photographer with designers, fashion magazines, and advertising agencies.

Her passion for art and fashion led her to found one of the first independent Magazines in Russia – Cabinet d’Art. Then 2016 came where there was a pivotal point in Irina’s career. She was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and had to undergo chemotherapy in Berlin, Germany. She sold her business in Russia and moved with her family to Berlin permanently.

After two years of falling out of work, she decided to return to her passion – Arts and enrolled in a curator certificate course at Berliner UdK and a course at Sotheby’s in Art Gallery Management. During this time one of her dreams came true and HAZEGALLERY opened its doors in October 2019. Since then Irina continuously developing and became not only an art dealer but also a curator, writer, and “coach” to her roster of artists. Irina seeks artists who have a strong combination of passion. Talent and drive.

What type of work do you show?

We show a lot of abstraction and figurative. I also have artists who do graphics, photography, and sculpture.

How do you go about finding new artists?

We are a staff of 3, so there is a limit to the number of artists I can represent. We participate in art fairs and that is a great way to find new talent. However much of how I find artists is by word of mouth.

What questions do you ask yourself when you are considering a new artist?

I am looking for innovative and conceptually rigorous work. I am also looking for practice. I ask myself: Do I see the artist pushing her/his practice in a new different direction? Is he/she extending her practice? I like to include the artist in a group show or two to see how it is to work with him first. According to my experience personal relationship that is what matters in the end.

What do you expect from the artist once they join your roster?

Showing in a gallery is serious business and it is not for everyone. To stay on the roster, my artists must step up to the commitment and continuously grow in their field. We need to have a conversation about their work that involves criticism and honest dialogue. I also expect commitment to the gallery from their side.

What do you take into consideration when pricing the work of your artists?

This is a very important topic! If artists have sold their art out of the studio for 1500Euro, then we start with the price and take it from there. It is important to keep the price reasonable to sell not to overprice and not sell. Once you go up you cannot go down! There are the following markers to raise the prices: a big show at a gallery, a museum show, or an acquisition by a museum would be a good point.

What advice would you give those who want to work with galleries?

Keep your CV, BIO, and artists statement to the point. Go to gallery shows, introduce yourself to the gallery owner and tell them you like what they do. Ask the gallery owner for a studio visit. Go to the openings! Curate and organize your shows! Invite people to come, invite gallery owners to come!

„Andy Warhol in Me / Pop Art“ Group Exhibition

"Andy Warhol in Me / Pop Art" Group Exhibition

Opening:         Thursday , 23 February  2023, 7 pm
Duration:        24.02. – 04.03.2023
Location:        HAZEGALLERY, Bülowstrasse 11, 10783 Berlin

Pop art – art or outrage? The truth of life or general insanity? Having burst out in Europe in the 1950s, pop art quickly flew across the ocean and became the star of New York parties, where to the deafening music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Doors, and David Bowie it found a home. Pop Art appealed to the images that flooded people’s lives in the mid-twentieth century: comic books, hamburgers, celebrities, refrigerators, Coca-Cola, cars… – „in short, all those cool modern things that abstract art so assiduously wanted to ignore“ (Andy Warhol). These objects, torn out of their usual contexts and placed in an artistic environment, and then filled the spaces of exhibition halls, either acquired there an infinite progression of meanings, or revealed the brilliance of their extreme absurdity.

Either way, many contemporary painters, inquisitive collectors, journalists and gallery owners have bowed their heads to the power of Pop Art.

Pop Art has now found a second lease of life – there is a renewed interest in its phenomenon. Contemporary artists such as Richard Ryan and street artist Banksy are turning to pop art motifs. Collective exhibitions and retrospectives of Lichtenstein, Indiana and Warhol are organised all over the world. Artists‘ works compete with the legacy of the old masters at Christie’s and Sotheby’s worldwide auctions and often break all records – but is money the true measure of aesthetic and spiritual value? Come and find your own answer.

The exhibition features works by international contemporary artists inspired by the the POP ART movement!

About the gallery: HAZEGALLERY was founded in 2019 with the mission of sharing independent contemporary art scene with the world through exhibitions, pop-up shows, and art gatherings. More information:

Address: HAZEGALLERY, Bülowstrasse 11, 10783 Berlin
Opening hours: 23.02 – 04.03.2023
11:00 – 15:00 Monday  – Friday,
Saturday 13.00 – 16.00
Entrance free.

“Hidden Flames” Nude Art Group Exhibition

“Hidden Flames” Nude Art Group Exhibition

“Hidden Flames”

Nude Art Group Exhibition, 2023
Vernissage 09.02 from 7 pm – 9pm
Exhibition Dates 10.02.23 – 18.02.23

Curated by Irina Rusinovich
Assistant Lyubov Melnickowa

“What spirit is so empty and blind, that it cannot recognize the fact that the foot is more noble than the shoe, and skin more beautiful than the garment with which it is clothed?”

– Michelangelo

The history of nudity in art is never the same, as different societies and cultures have embraced nude scenes to varying degrees over centuries. Indeed, nudity in art reflects the social norms of a given time and place, referring to the way things are depicted, inextricably linked to the notion of what is right or wrong to depict. In any case, while nudity is often associated with the most blatant sexuality, it may also have other meanings, so much so that it is linked to interpretations that come from mythology and religion, as well as from the study of anatomy and science. These multiple approaches have defined how the nude has been and remains the subject of different modes of representation in Western art history.

Contemporary artists can depict nudity either by referring to the great pictorial tradition of the past or by expressing themselves through free and innovative points of view. In either case, the aim of such an exploration, with nudity as its subject, is to identify the semblance of what the artist believes could express the purest idea of beauty, capable of animating, intriguing, attracting and stirring their imagination.

In this context, the participating artists will examine the theme nudity, female and male,  in the contemporary context.

Participating Artists:

Ana Bathe
Ute Manoloudakis
Elena Saifutdinova
Daniel Borg
Gilberto Giardini
Helena Von Schell
Alexander Ivashkevich
Еkaterina  Denisova
Danaya Nemtzova
Sander Vos
Paul Kormašov
Kristina Popov
Lucas Ngo
Valeriia Burliuk

3D participating ARTISTS:

Ute Manoloudakis
Gilberto Giardini
Helena Von Schell
Alexander Ivashkevich
Еkaterina  Denisova

‘At Dusk’ OLIVIA BALLARD F/W Show 2023


Bild Credit: © Finnegan Godenschweger

‘At Dusk’ OLIVIA BALLARD F/W Show 2023

Olivia Ballard

She studied art in the USA, today Olivia Ballard is a self-made fashion designer and founded her eponymous label in Berlin in 2020. The native New Yorker has already made a name for herself with her unisex looks, which harmonize perfectly with the body. Although these are often described as “hyperfeminine”, they are intended for all genders, all bodies and all ages.

Through the use of special stretch materials and skilled fabric manipulation, Olivia Ballard succeeds in adapting all handmade designs to any body shape, life and individual. With her collections, she explores how fashion can be used as a tool to resist outdated values. Their goal: to create a new, inclusive and diverse fashion future.




Collection description

„At Dusk“ is the name of Olivia Ballard’s Fall/Winter 2023 collection, which she is presenting during Berlin Fashion Week and as part of Berlin Contemporary. The title of her runway show also reveals her inspiration: Dusk, which represents a fascinating in-between state for the designer. In the transition from light to darkness, we humans like to slip into comfortable, familiar clothing, we shift down a gear, leave the day behind us and prepare for the night.

With „At Dusk“, Olivia Ballard reflects this condition. She fashionably blurs the threshold from day to night and plays with the aesthetics of these evening rituals in her collection: from slip dresses to evening dresses. From comfortwear that we would only wear at home to to club couture. A special focus is now again on sustainability, so all looks were created partly from recycled silk fabrics, revived old nightgowns or Lycra and mesh remnants from her own archive.

Through her carefully selected materials, Olivia Ballard explores how the body can bring shape, life and individuality to each of her looks. Her designs not only symbolize different identities, but also continuously question our societal beauty standards and consumer behavior. As a young, integrative brand, this season all designs are intended for all genders, all bodies and all ages.




Her runway show takes place at MaHalla’s Black Hall. For Olivia Ballard, the striking building in the middle of a historic industrial area in Schöneweide embodies a dark tension between an intimate presentation and a feeling of belonging. “At Dusk” is accompanied by up-and-coming contemporary solo artist Saint Precious and a soundscape by Dawud (Psssh Records). Filip Setmanuk, a Berlin-based CGI artist who creates virtual worlds using video game engines, digitally designs the show.

‘At Dusk’ OLIVIA BALLARD F/W Show 2023 was sponsored by:

Interview Pink Metaverse


Interview by Irina Rusinovich

Interview Pink Metaverse

Tell me about yourselves. What background are you coming from?

Daria Vankova:

I bring brands to the Metaverse. Our agency creates a strategy for transition to the virtual worlds and implements it. I also develop blockchain-related projects. I came into this field from PR, which I did for 12 years. I believe that metaverses are an amazing new communication channel for the future. We will all be there, as we once were registered on social networks.

Nadia Vesna:

I’m a digital strategist for brands and products, soft skills evangelist and people manager. During my professional sabbatical I invested my time for education, one of the fields became web3 in NFT Academy to empower my digital comms knowledge. 

Now I’m also a co-founder of the Pink Metaverse October.

Julia Tet:

I am an independent curator and producer of creative industries projects, artist for the soul, the founder of ARTTET project with the mission to unite creative minds through cultural diplomacy and artistic cooperation. Now investigating web3.0 opportunities and believe that new technologies can now really make a significant contribution to the development of the modern world.

Maria Vatset:

I am a full-stack developer who has recently taken a deep interest in WEB3 technologies from smart contracts to metaverses. Then I started working with Daria to merge marketing and web technologies. Currently, I am actively promoting the Web3 story to the masses and collaborating with large companies. In December 2022, I organized a conference in St. Petersburg focused on blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and metaverses from a scientific perspective

Nadia Vesna

Daria Vankova

Maria Vatset

Julia Tet

How did you come up with the idea of developing the PINK OCTOBER Project?


Nadia was looking for Web 3.0 project about breast cancer. It turned out there were no such projects and I suggested we do it ourselves because this topic is very close and important to me. I’ve faced cancer in my family, my friends died of cancer, and I understand the importance of education on the subject. The more you know, the earlier you discover the disease. Knowledge increases the chances of recovery.


There are 3 factors. First: I’m volunteering for the local BY #againstbreastcancer fund named “Touch with hands”. Second: as a digital manager I have my private blog “Beznadezhnoe poznanie”, which makes me famous among colleagues and friends as an expert in web2 and web 3 skills (that’s why Alla contacted me). The third: I studied at NFT Academy. 

The story in short: Alla Aloe, the founder of the TWH fund, asked me to create a post for their Instagram about how Web 3.0. tools increase awareness about breast cancer as if i made it for my blog. I found nothing across all metaverses and NFT collections. Then I asked for help from my classmates from NFT Academy and found Dasha! She said: let’s do it together! Her response was crucial for the project. 


This year I decided to devote myself to the exploration of new opportunities of web 3.0. I took a course at NFT Academy and was looking for projects where I could combine my experience in Arts and creative industries, explore how web 3.0 could work, and also how new tools could make a real useful impact for the world. My request to the Universe was heard 🙂 We started to cooperate with Dasha. I saw her post about the open call for the Pink Metaverse Exhibition, appreciated the concept, and decided to join the project.  

What were the stages of forming a team?

Daria: Masha joined the project from the very beginning, and Julia joined a week later; her experience in working with artists is important to us.

What are the main obstacles you are facing? And what are the ways to overcome them?

Daria: Lack of time. This is a charity and we all do it in our spare time, however we have great plans for this year and the project is my priority now. Perhaps another thing is people’s fear of the topic of cancer. Cancer is ugly and not Instagrammable. We try to talk about it in a way that doesn’t make people uncomfortable. But a lot of people are afraid of cancer, avoid thinking about it in every way possible.

Nadia: Huge amount of information and the sensitiveness of the topic. It was very important for me not to make mistakes, proofread all facts we communicated and project stages with experts (medical workers and volunteers).

Julia: The new field requires a full immersion and a detailed study of the specifics, and everything is changing very rapidly there, and you must always keep your hand on the pulse, sometimes move by intuition, constantly learning something new. So for me there is very often an imposter syndrome in the air. But I believe that the road takes the walker. 

Maria: The main difficulties are imperfections of the metaverses, each metaverse has its own limitations. For example, we decided to hold our first exhibition in Roblox, because there are the most active users there, but Roblox has pretty strict censorship and many of the paintings sent to the opencall didn’t pass it. In the future, we plan to hold „Pink October“ lectures already in other metaverses, since Roblox has quite a narrow functionality to realize it.

Why did you decide to go for METAVERSE? Why is it important?

Daria: There are many reasons for this. There’s a lot of hype around the Metaverse, and this is a great opportunity for us. In addition, the metaverses allow us to not be limited by space or time. We’re doing an international project. We gathered artists from different countries. Everyone who has a smartphone and internet can come to the exhibition and learn more about breast cancer. There are online events and an auction coming up. Unlike offline activities, our audience is the whole world.

Nadia: It’s a great new channel with a huge audience (mostly young). So why not? In this case the more we speak – the better.

Julia: Now the Metaverse is a whole new round of human interaction, and we are at a tipping point where the world is changing dramatically. Metaverse is not only a tool or a space where people could communicate but also a new philosophy where the main voice belongs to the community, not to the Government or the Company. And this creates a real value to act for each person. I think each project in Metaverse should have some particular valuable mission. It’s like an opportunity to build independent communes united by some particular ideas – we are moving to the future by inheriting the past. In our case it’s the idea to prevent cancer that is still a big problem in the modern world. Metaverse is also a network for young generations who are the future. 

Maria: The metaverse not only enables us to access virtual spaces from any location of the world , but it also expands our perception through immersion. With just a smartphone, users can experience this for themselves. I believe that the hype surrounding metaverses is warranted, and this technology will continue to evolve and have practical applications in the future.

How do you prioritize and delegate tasks in your project? Who does what?

Daria: Nadia is responsible for marketing, our website, community management and the main concept of the project, Julia for curation of the exhibition and events concepts, partnership development of the project, and Masha for the technical part. I am responsible for the business part. Everyone helps everyone, though. At the moment we have a targetologist and a designer. The project is growing and new tasks arise.

Julia: The structure of our project is very similar to the turquoise economy: everyone herself determines the area of her own responsibility. When issues arise, we discuss solutions as a team, and decide who is responsible for the next step. This is probably the most effective model for implementing projects in web 3.0, but here at the same time there is a serious challenge that you have to be a really high professional in your field for the project to move successfully.

Do you use any tools to plan your project?

Nadia: As a manager-freak, I used kanban and always wrote MFU after each meeting to create new tasks. But I never insisted on the team to join me, it’s my professional peculiarities  – i can’t live without a task-manager 🙂 

How do you handle conflict within your team?

Daria: I don’t think we’ve had a single conflict yet. But I think the main thing is to know who is responsible for what. Everyone has an opinion, but the final decision is made by the one whose area of responsibility is the issue.

Nadia: Trusted and open communication is the best way to negotiate. 

Julia: The best way to handle a conflict is to discuss the reasons. But it’s true, by this point we haven’t had any conflicts. And that means that everything is going right.

How is it to work remotely? What difficulties do you face?

Daria: Perhaps the main difficulty is the time zone difference. As for remotely work, the covid pandemic has taught us that an office is not necessarily a prerequisite for productive teamwork. Major companies are opening their offices in Metaverses. So it’s not a problem for us to work online. 

I think remote is the new standard. We are all accustomed to it now. Even though the time zones are different our team faced no problems. Right colleagues? 

Julia: Yes, indeed, we now have fewer and fewer distance-related constraints thanks to technology. By the way, Metaverse offers brilliant solutions on this subject. People say Metaverse is the Internet of the future, where there is no concept of remote work, because we are all in the space of the Metaverse.

Describe your experience in this industry.

Daria: I decided to create a project with Nadia, rather because Metaverses is my professional field, and I am sure that I can do good by combining my experience with the experience of the team.

Nadia: I’m not much into metaverses. That’s why I fully trust Dasha and Maria. I have the NFT collection of my 35mm film photoshoots but just as an experiment, to understand the tool and the new digital channels. 

Julia: As I have already said, so far I am more of an explorer and observer than an activist in this sphere. However, thanks to the Pink Metaverse project, a great start has already been made. Now I am also working on another project with the mission to unite people in the art industry from all over the world. But that’s another story 🙂 

Maria: I frequently engage in creating, discussing, and spending time in metaverses 🙂  But this is the first time I’m launching a charity project

What are your favorite and least favorite technology products, and why?

Daria: The word of the year is «Neural network». ChatGPT, which creates texts, and MidJorney, which creates visuals, are insanely popular right now. These are incredibly handy tools that optimize content generation processes. Neural networks also have great opportunities in metaverses. Instead of having a real person in their avatar interacting with visitors to a virtual bank or boutique there, it will be possible to program a self-learning bot that will take over the main negotiations. And while today a chatbot is most often a small set of standard questions and answers, in the future its possibilities are limitless.

How do you think technology advances will impact the art industry?

Daria: First of all, digital art is now as valued as classical art. It is also collected, exhibited, sold. Secondly, Artificial Intelligence is coming to the aid of artists and designers. Contrary to popular opinion, I don’t think that Ai can replace creators. Rather, it will become a great tool in their hands.

Julia: I think that technology will affect the development of the Art industry only in a positive way and in no way will replace humanity in this sphere. There is a great deal of discourse about this aspect right now. But it’s all about our own choices: technology can be used as an additional tool to create, promote and sell Arts, as well to make the industry more open and diverse. Technology could help to solve some operational processes regarding Arts, thereby giving creators more freedom concerning the creative process itself. The question is how creators and managers could use this opportunity and manage the creative process with the involvement of technology.

Maria: In my opinion, technology will shape the concept of how art will be created, transmitted and perceived in the future. Artificial intelligence will be used more often to create paintings, blockchain to authenticate art, and metaverse to expand the perception of paintings at exhibitions.

What are the marks of a successful project do you think?

Daria: Involvement of people

Nadia: Visible and strict set of goals which are matters for each member of the team. It helps to construct the synergy within the team. While the team is the key success of each project. 

Julia: Successful achievement of the project’s mission and following the plan, positive feedback from the people involved, project sustainability. 

Maria: Effective resource management. In our case, resources mean people and technologies.

Tell us the main dates of your project so our followers will keep them in mind!

Daria: Until January 30, there will be a sale of the New Year NFT collection, the proceeds of which we will donate to a charity project from Minsk. In February, we have open lectures in the Metaverse. In October there will be a big charity auction. You can find the project’s Roadmap on our website.

Subscribe to official project sources:
Instagram: @pinkmetaverseoctober
Facebook: @Pink Metaverse October
Twitter: @pinkoctobermeta

project site:
visit Pink Metaverse Exhibition in Roblox: 

link to Pink Metaverse Collection:
buy charity NFT till 30th of January!



78 labels, full tiers and a well thought-out concept made „Role Models“, the first fashion show by VORN – The Berlin Fashion Hub, a highlight of Berlin Fashion Week in January 2023. The editorial show, which was presented as the first show on 17 January as part of the new event format @newest in the Kant-Garagen, left a lasting impression and caused the pendulum of the fashion week to swing once again in the direction of more sustainability.

With the sophisticated concept of its fashion show, VORN – The Berlin Fashion Hub made several statements at Fashion Week Berlin in January 2023. The editorial fashion show „Role Models“ featured looks from internationally and nationally established and commercially successful brands, styled with independent labels and newcomers from Berlin. The looks were selected and styled by the creative team around Julius and Tanya Forgo. All participating labels underwent a thorough sustainability check by the qualified team of Studio MM04 beforehand. The looks and models were based on current and past icons. Personalities whose influence in terms of sustainability, sexuality and diversity continues to this day.

An exciting dynamic was created by the unusual combination of different materials, cuts and fits. Julius and Tanya Forgo incorporated their years of experience in the industry into their styling concept and, not least through their
expertise in high fashion, elevated the looks shown to a level of sustainable luxury – without making them seem out of touch or unreal. David Kurt Karl Roth, co-founder of Dandy Diary and critical enfant terrible of the fashion industry, rounded off the presentation with his music. The students of the BSP Business School Berlin were responsible for the visual concept, with smashed 1 mirrors at the end of the catwalk and prominently placed on the floor in its centre. RM Berlin was responsible for the casting, and Joachim Baldauf, an icon in the field of design, was once again enlisted for the visuals. Among others, Christiane Arp, board member of the Fashion Council Germany, and the State Secretary for Economic, Michael Biel, sat in the front row.

The first VORN Fashion Show at Berlin Fashion Week was not only a success in the aesthetic sense. VORN – The Berlin Fashion Hub wants to realise a change in the fashion and textile industry by all stakeholders working together towards the goal of a net-positive future in fashion and working interdisciplinary to solve problems.
The styling, setting and implementation of the VORN Fashion Show reflect this community idea and underline the approach of solving problems together as a society.

VORN – The Berlin Fashion Hub was commissioned by the by the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises.

REALITY WEAR Adidas Fashion Fiasco Elaborate hoax upends Berlin Fashion Week


All images courtesy of Michael Wittig Berlin

REALITY WEAR Adidas Fashion Fiasco Elaborate hoax upends Berlin Fashion Week

BERLIN – January 17, 2023 – A surprise announcement from „adidas“ early Monday morning promised to flip the script on power in the garment industry. The revolutionary plans included appointing a Cambodian garment worker to be Co-CEO, signing a new legally-binding agreement on working conditions, establishing a severance guarantee fund, and paying money owed to workers.

By evening, it exploded into the fashion world with an outrageous Berlin Fashion Week debut of „suffering-forward“ REALITYWEAR, at PLATTE Berlin. But what appeared to be adidas finally taking responsibility for decades of labor violations turned out to be an elaborate hoax by Berlin designers Threads and Tits, The Yes Men, and the Clean Clothes Campaign.

The real adidas denied it was behind the launch, but there was no way to stop the live product launch Monday evening at PLATTE, during the kickoff of Berlin Fashion Week. An appreciative crowd, many of whom thought it was a real adidas debut, were left slack-jawed by the tasteless REALITYWEAR runway show–a gruesome spectacle of torn plastic, ripped nylon, and limping catwalk models smeared in filth–designed by the Berlin-based fashion designers Threads and Tits.

„The Yes Men have presented an alternative future, one where adidas takes ethical conduct seriously enough to invest in it financially. We call on Bjørn Gulden to make this vision a reality by signing the Pay Your Workers agreement. Words are not enough, workers need real action now,“ said Ineke Zeldenrust of Clean Clothes Campaign.

Tell adidas to sign the Pay Your Workers agreement by adding your name to this petition.

Elizaveta Filchenko „Fishgirl“



Photographer Elizaveta Filchenko @elizavetafilchenko
Stylist and set designer Sofiya Fominskaya @2cne2p
Makeup and hair artist Julia Pakhomova @byjullia
Model Polina Roshchina @roshchina_poli

Macrame dress: handmade Belt: Olio Rosti@ oliorosticom Bodysuit: Mademoiselle Shoes: Lalou Gloves:household shop

Jacket: Lime Shorts: Ystil Shoes: Fishing boots Belt: handmade Panama hat: fishing hat

Macrame dress: handmade Belt: Olio Rosti@ oliorosticom Bodysuit: Mademoiselle Shoes: Lalou Gloves:household shop

Coat PEPEN @pepen_official Bra: MY Shorts: Ystil Shoes: Fishing boots Belt: handmade Panama hat: fishing hat

Jacket: Lime Shorts: Ystil Shoes: Fishing boots Belt: handmade Panama hat: fishing hat