SVARKA is a Russian brand of avant-garde clothing. They do not drive themselves into frames, do not refer themselves to any of the existing styles and trends: personal underground culture, raves, catwalk chic, historical references – the composition of the alloy does not stagnate, allowing you to sculpt without borders and forget that clothes are just a cover body. The brand makes it possible to stop being ashamed of your contradictions and learn more about yourself through clothes. “Aim higher to the endless expanses of constructive abstraction, inspire us and be inspired by us.”
“Experiment” (from Lat. Experimentum – trial, experience) – a procedure performed to support, refute or confirm a hypothesis or theory. Experiments also include natural research – actions aimed at satisfying curiosity. ”
A person loves to experiment with himself. The irrepressible desire for knowledge sometimes leads to terrible consequences. In the course of the implementation of goals and ideas, the boundaries of moral norms are erased. This is a story about an unquenchable curiosity that knows no pity for itself or for others.
The dark universe is inhabited by insane cruel creators and beautiful freaks – their creations. This is a grotesque reflection of objective reality through the prism of fashion. Every cell here breathes and pulsates, and the balance is never disturbed. This story cannot be tied to a specific time – it is about the past, present and future.
Closing off the day was an environment-conscious collection, accompanied by an art film – SVARKA brought the guests into its own dark little world, filled with vampiric teenagers in a warehouse rave setting. The collection itself could also be called rave-inspired, bringing to mind the opening scenes of the vampire slasher movie ‘Blade’. Dark crimson shirts and jumpers, blood-red checkered jackets and classic rave essentials like psychedelic lycra shirts with a high collar – it was all very Dracula goes to Amsterdam.
Black coats, high shoulders, futuristic silhouetting and an overall future gothic look was looking great in this collection.
Accompanied by shoulder-high black faux leather gloves, leather boots and patterning that reminded one of the circulatory systems, this bloodthirsty collection was a perfect finisher to the second day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia’s spooky Halloween fashion season.