Paolina Russo just debuted at Copenhagen fashion week, and its a testament to young designers as the true fashion pioneers. The exquisite London-based label made its grand debut on the runway at the prestigious Copenhagen Fashion Week.

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Paolina Russo SS24 is an absolute delight. Overall, it’s a huge celebration of Y2K, arriving masterfully via duo Paolina Russo and Lucile Guilmard. Overall, it is a delight for aficionados of “Heaven” by Marc Jacobs, Masha Popova, and Diesel. Renowned for their mesmerising illusion-style knits and captivating Y2K grunge aesthetic, the brand effortlessly captures the essence of current, contemporary fashion.

Throughout its inaugural show, the brand expertly embodies its distinct DNA, leaving an indelible mark on the runway. The staging and set design occupied the room with its vibrant and inclusive spirit. That, and a carefully curated soundtrack and impeccable casting choices made for an unforgettable experience.

An Expression of Style

And then, behold the garments. The baggy, low-rise and distressed denim serves as a captivating foundation, allowing for endless possibilities of style expression. The multi-layering technique adds depth and dimension, while the sheer knitwear brings an element of delicate allure. The daring clash of prints injects a bold and fearless energy into the ensemble.

To complete the look, the addition of chunky accessories adds a touch of edgy sophistication. Overall, this ensemble is a masterpiece of fashion artistry. Exuding an air of enchantment and cultural influences, the SS24 collection effortlessly channels the spirit of folklore and tribal aesthetics. It serves as a testament to the visionary prowess of future fashion designers, who skilfully weave together elements of freedom, self-expression, and inclusivity into their creations.

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