For his first digital runway show, Alexandre Plokhov’s fall collection was based on the notion of opposites. The silhouettes were mainly composed of a fluid and natural rounded shoulder while bottoms came with exaggerated volume. Some of the highlights included a batwing coat with proportions of an inverted triangle, and baggy Tobi trousers inspired by Japanese construction workers.

The dark shadow-play palette in black and grays achieved a strong contrast with the different fabric textures, such as boiled wool coatings and overdyed shirtings. 

For his first digital runway show, Alexandre Plokhov’s fall collection was based on the notion of opposites. The silhouettes were mainly composed of a fluid and natural rounded shoulder while bottoms came with exaggerated volume. Some of the highlights included a batwing coat with proportions of an inverted triangle, and baggy Tobi trousers inspired by Japanese construction workers.

The dark shadow-play palette in black and grays achieved a strong contrast with the different fabric textures, such as boiled wool coatings and overdyed shirtings. 

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