Celebrities in Gosha Rubchinskiy
Recollecting Memories of Celebrities Wearing Gosha Rubchinskiy Statement Streetwear Pieces
While rumours of the Gosha Rubchinskiy’s accusation of solicitation and paedophilia are gaining momentum, forcing us to suspect whether these things really happened – or we need to be less suspicious in trials to find out a foe within our tolerate and standing for justice fashion society; Gosha still remains one of the premier trendsetting designers. We don’t know how much it will be continued, considering a wave of indignation settled down in social media, but the fact remains the same.
Gosha Rubchinskiy caught his lucky star in the distant 2016 when people started talking about him, and his post-Soviet embellishments and Cyrillic alphabet prints appeared to become one of the most popular streetwear trends. Many A-list celebrities immediately appreciated a post-Soviet influence throughout Gosha’s uncomplicated garments, and later on, it was possible to see everyone wearing Rubchinckiy’s oversized hoodies, sweatpants and even underwear which became a substitution of the iconic #MyCalvins by Calvin Klein. Russian-style embroidery with shouting inscriptions embraced everyday celebrities’ wardrobe and turned into recognisable pieces of the leisure-day (and not only) outfits.
Here’s a bunch of celebrities defining and following the mass Eastern-European trend. But we will see how many of them will remain loyal to a favourite brand or turn their heads away if Rubchinskiy’s fault will be proven.