Fashionable stroll

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Oct. 12, 2012, 11:19 a.m. |
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Lilia Poustovit opening show was all about prints, more complicated now than ever.
© Kostyantyn Chernichkin

Every invitation to Ukrainian Fashion Week’s ready-to-wear shows has the following warning on it: “Parking is limited.”

And every year traffic jams near Mystetsky Arsenal at Mazepa Street indicate that guests ignore the warning.

Unlike fashion weeks abroad, the Ukrainian version focuses on a single location for shows. Another noticeable difference is the lack of changes to the schedule. It seems like it would be considered a crime if the opening show wouldn’t be by Lilia Poustovit and followed by Victoria Gres. At least that is what the schedule has been for years.

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Story by Olga Rudenko

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