What the garments in the Dundas Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection have in common is their roots in the Moscow fashion scene. The luxurious capsule contains a vast range of different stylistic motifs -- from delicate lace to soft velvet. Travelling to Russia with his muse Natasha Poly, Peter Dundas was engulfed by the majesty of "Orthodox churches, gilded palaces and colorful matryoshkas." As a result, the elements of Russia's architectural and cultural wonders are skillfully translated in a decidedly Moscow fashion-inspired fourth collection by Dundas.
The Ready-to-Wear 2018 collection is a lesson in fabric mixology. While Dundas hits the color curation and loose fit of the very on-trend folklore-inspired tunics on the nose, the intricate garment embroidery on select suits and dresses mimic the Catholic Church decorative aspects to perfection.
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