The Gosha Rubchinskiy Fall/Winter 2015 collection graced the runway at Paris Fashion Week and stunned audiences with its signature brand of normcore fashions. In the last year, an understated normcore aesthetic has risen in popularity and has inspired internet comparisons to pop culture icons Jerry Seinfeld and Steve Jobs.
In this case, Gosha Rubchinskiy embraces the fad and also draws inspiration from Eastern European streetwear. Referencing the normcore fashions of the 90s, the designer creates logo-adorned pieces and brings back high-waisted and acid-washed jeans for men.
Despite of its outdated aesthetic, this collection appears current, alternative and fearlessly put together. While it may not be everyone's cup of tea, the Gosha Rubchinskiy consumer will love this ambiguous and vintage-inspired collection.
Nostalgic Normcore Fashion
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