STYLIST – Nina Hazhala

SPRING IS A TIME OF CONTRASTS, a riot of colors, textures, and silhouettes. Animal prints continue to rock the second season in a row – on the catwalks and streets of the most fashionable cities.

This spring, it is more about the abundance – prints should be worn all-over, clashed merrily and madly. You can combine the incompatible and wear the maximum amount of clothing with leopard, zebra, snake, and other patterns.

If you are not a big animal print lover, there are plenty of patterns and designs to choose from. Just keep in mind that this spring all of them should be strong and striking with bold and bright colors. Mix leather, velvet, silk, and jean. Add some bows, brooches, and as much of textures as you can. The more is the better.

THIS EDITORIAL WAS INSPIRED by taking a look back at some of the most memorable and defining style moments of the late 70s and early 80s – a period of bold styles, colors, and shapes. We decided to play not only with patterns but with different textures and accessories like shiny golden jewelry and… food. Why not? Break the rules and just have some creative fun this spring!


WORDS – Julia Latkins

PHOTOS – Alina Tsvor

MAKEUP – Mariia Bedratenko

HAIR – Anastasia Lyubimova

Models – MP Management:

Natasha Simone, Julia Topor, Petra Oganovich

Editor – Nina Hazhala