Shop Gosha Rubchinskiy's AW18 Drop 2 From Fabric
The second instalment of the final collection from Russian designer, Gosha Rubchinskiy has arrived on our shores. The introduction of various camo and new reiterations of collaboration pieces with Adidas is welcomed for layering and beating those final days of the cold.
Born in Moscow in 1984, Rubchinskiy's vision, as we know it now, was in turn shaped by the disenfranchised youth he grew up within the post-Soviet years, trying to forge a new identity for themselves through skateboarding and the logo-centric Western clothing.
Our favourite pieces from the drop include the MA-1 Camo Bomber retailing for a whopping $2,000, the Double Sleeve Sweater and the Flag Scarves. The AW18 arrivals are available right now at Fabric to purchase in-store and online.
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