The new film about the hoax of the decade also co-stars Diane Kruger and Courtney Love in current day Vika Gazinskaya.
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See who made the cut. And who didn't.
The luxury conglomerate received 1,221 applications from all over the world, and aside from finalists hailing from the fashion capitals of London, New York, Paris and Milan, designers from Russia, Ukraine, Nigeria, Korea and the Netherlands also made the cut.
Fur was big this season. Like, really big. So much so that some designers didn't even bother trying to make it into a coat or bag--they just put it on the runway, tail and all. But in a cute, stuffed animal kinda way.
Another week, another group of celebrities to give us wardrobe (or designer borrowing privilege) envy.
Over the last few seasons, you might have noticed that the well-trained eyes of street style photogs like Tommy Ton, Phil Oh, and Nam of StreetFSN have focused on a bevy of Russian beauties. Their dramatic style is just as eye-catching as their names are hard to pronounce. We're talking about Miroslava Duma, Elena Perminova, Anya Ziourova, Ulyana Sergeenko, and Vika Gazinskaya. Not familiar? Let us break it down for you.