From the street to the international runway stage, raver style is taking over with a mix of rebellious silhouettes and beauty looks that reject tradition. Vogue Ukraine's 'V chem sila' image series graces the publication's October 2016 issue and is an homage to an evolving club kid aesthetic.
Borrowing from youth subcultures -- including that of streetwear aficionados that frequent Russia and Ukraine's underground rave scene -- this vibrant editorial rejects minimalism in exchange for cutout and ripped leather looks and artist Sammy Mourabit's makeup that consists of faux glitter scars and geometric eyeshadow applications.
Captured by the lens of photographer An Le, 'V chem sila' also boasts styling by Olga Yanul and features rainbow-colored hair looks by Bryan Bantry duo Hiro & Mari.
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