S/S18


In the new collection, the creative duo behind Ksenia Schnaider continued
to work with denim.

Designers returned to their past and reinterpreted legendary models of jeans – “bananas”, “bermudas”, flares. All these models retained the familiar silhouette, high waist, but received fresh details, suchas raw edges and a modern fit.

"I would like to attract the attention to the jeans back, the one they used to have in my childhood, when they had a truly cult status. I remember how much love and appreciation my parents had for their first pair of jeans, which they shared with each other”, - says Ksenia.

In the new collection, the creative duo behind Ksenia Schnaider continued to work with denim. Designers returned to their past and reinterpreted legendary models of jeans – “bananas”, “bermudas”, flares. All these models retained the familiar silhouette, high waist, but received fresh details, suchas raw edges and a modern fit.

"I would like to attract the attention to the jeans back, the one they used to have in my childhood, when they had a truly cult status. I remember how much love and appreciation my parents had for their first pair of jeans, which they shared with each other”, - says Ksenia.

In addition to jeans, the collection has various denim pieces – originalskirts in three lengths, a double-breasted blazer, a classic trench sewn fromreworked material, shirts, shorts,
and even a fur coat.

“When I was a child, almost every woman around me had a fur coat, it wasa necessity, not luxury. However, only a few had a pair of jeans. Jeans werethe luxury in the Soviet 80s and 90s. My memories of that period encouraged me tocreate a faux fur coat from denim", - continues the designer, who hasbecome well-known for an unconventional approach to using denim within the lastcouple of years.

Collections by Ksenia Schnaider are always diverse, so apart from denim,there are numerous feminine dresses and blouses made from linen, cambric andviscose.

Some dresses are covered with a print, that looks like classis polkadot from distance, but turns out to be smiling Emoji drawn by hand, when youlook closer. It is another graphic trick from Anton Schnaider.

Spring-summer 2018 collection by Ksenia Schnaider celebrates summertime ease, inner beauty and comfort.