global street style: fashion's russian revolution
In this episode of Global Street Style, i-D heads to Russia for exclusive backstage access to Gosha Rubchinskiy’s spring/summer 18 show in St. Petersburg, and to meet the prolific post-1991 generation carving out their own future. This is the first...
“skateboarding doesn’t have borders”: the gosha affiliated paccbet skate team take california
INRUSSIA presents a short documentary that follows members of Gosha Rubchinskiy’s PACCBET skate crew on their first trip to California, watch the trailer exclusively here.
sasha rudensky's photographs document the new culture rising in a new eastern europe
Meet the artist examining the loss of Soviet ideology and the culture that emerged to fill the void.
meet the russian video collective reinventing soviet aesthetics
The Great Fruit is a Muscovite collective of filmmakers who are examining Russia’s history to evaluate its present.
explore art behind the iron curtain
A new exhibition at The Arts Club uncovers the variety of responses to the politically charged atmosphere of the Cold War in the Eastern Bloc.
inside kiev’s underground fashion revolution
To coincide with Ukrainian Independence Day and 25 years since the fall of the USSR, Ukrainian fashion designer Anton Belinskiy staged a project that united the city’s young designers, musicians, and artists to launch his spring/summer 17 collection...
five young photographers capturing the new russia
Meet the new generation of photographers using their art to define and capture modern Russia.
turning moscow’s obsession with wealth on its head
Outlaw Moscow are redefining and reimagining the Russian capital’s brand-mania.
meet georgia’s other fashion mastermind
George Keburia is the Tbilisi-based designer whose clothes are turning the country’s turbulent history into a positive present.
when earth seems to be light: inside the post-soviet skate scene in georgia
A new documentary traces a gang of skaters on the streets of Tbilisi, where modernity clashes violently with post-Soviet ruins.
five female post-soviet artists you need to know
Meet the young generation of artists emerging from behind the Iron Curtain.