The Schon magazine 'Soviet' editorial featuring model Kat Cordts delves into an assortment of red, white and sharp angular styles. Many have become enamored with the republic's historic legacy of militaristic looks, and the publications own fashion editor Kay Korsh has gone to great lengths to replicate them here.
Cordts exhibits a slew of strict apparel in this Pierre Dal Corso photoshoot. Orange and cream hues offset Valentino gowns and a linear Amanda Wakeley dress, all of which are finished with leather and sheer embellishments.
This monochromatic production is admittedly centered upon "the prowess of a woman," drawing in viewers to Cordts' commandeering nature. This theme also coincides with the USSR's strict manner of operation, notoriously spearheading political undertakings with excessive attention to detail.
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By: Jordy Eleni - Published: May 16, 2012 • References: schonmagazine