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Having splashed into the fashion world with such raw energy and hype, it’s easy to forget that Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy and his eponymous label have only been around for a couple years. He still thrives on the skate culture, ’80s hip-hop, and Soviet-era street style seen in his earlier work, but the brand has grown staggeringly as fashion heavyweights began to don his trademark pieces.

As we saw at Pitti Uomo, his latest collection for FW16 stays true to Rubchinskiy’s sportswear-centric style with athletic cuts and offerings, alongside a glut of on-trend collaborations with the likes of FILA, Kappa and Sergio Tacchini. Other highlights included the highly sought-after collaboration with Vans and a bright, multi-colored camo sweater.

Retailer RSVP Gallery took to the barley fields, or rather brought the barley field to them, to showcase the new Gosha collection. Each item featured is available for purchase over at the RSVP Gallery web store now.

In other fashion news, here are eight possible reasons why Supreme made an actual brick this season.

Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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