The men's collection "Particle B" by Max Chernitsov aroused ambivalent feelings among all those present at the show.
New collection Max Chernitsov all those present at the show caused ambivalent feelings. On the one hand, there was something frightening and gloomy about her, which is not quite characteristic of such an optimistic designer as Chernitsov. Even the very name "Particle B" and the mention in the press release of the Large Hadron Collider evoked the feeling of a global catastrophe.
The picture was supplemented by slits for the eyes on the hoods, reminiscent of terrorists and the Ku Klux Klan, and crosses borrowed from Malevich's painting, in which there was something of a cemetery.
On the other hand, there were a lot of very positive moments in the collection. After all, the same cross, which was present in all exits, can be regarded as a symbol of saving faith. In addition, several exits were clearly inspired by the image of Superman as a modern-day Savior. One of the outfits (a white skinny jumpsuit with a raincoat) even combined the superhero and Jesus Christ bows. The show was completed by three models in T-shirts with prints on which it was written Faith, Nope, Love … The idea, of course, is not new, but in our difficult time it is immensely relevant: "Faith, Hope, Love will always save and help in life." Why is this not a reason for optimism?
The resulting result itself Max Chernitsohe called it "catchy, at the same time masculine and sexy." On our own behalf, we can add that the collection turned out to be very bold and memorable. And in any case, an attempt to convey some serious idea with the help of a collection of clothes is always worthy of respect.