Modern hippies conquering Moscow. 

70's era is still ruling fashion. It's been for seasons now that designers keep introducing new variations of such a diverse, in terms of fashion and styles in first place, decade. We've already talked about the fact that 70's brought us flares, suede, fringe, introduced us to such styles as hippie, disco, country, and, of course gave us a freedom to express ourselves.

Julia Dalakian is one of those who were passing this fashion-torch right at the finish line of the 31st season of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia. A review of her Spring/Summer collection is going to be the last one in my series of thought regarding the designers, brands and collections presented to us at the main catwalk in Russia. Speaking of collection which, in my opinion, gave us another reason to fall in love with 70's era, while some start feeling a bit of nostalgia. Julia Dalakian's Spring girls are real modern hippies. They are free and effortless. The color range includes khaki and deep green, shades of beige and beloved black, blue and something between deep and vigorously red. 

Satin, organza and other fabrics were complemented by very attractive elements, such as fringe, beads, tassels, sequins and feathers. Collection doesn't blow one's mind with something extraordinary, but that's the idea - everything is simple but with a twist. I can't escape but mention accessories, details, that only enhanced the hippiness of this collection - round-shaped sunglasses and wedged sandals. Got it? We won't be able to survive the next season without these pieces. However, we won't also survive without a hippie-girl attitude by Julia Dalakian.  

Photo Courtesy: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia