Creations of famous fashion designer Philip Treacy are pictured.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
Designer Philip Treacy, a hatmaker to many British royals and stars, showcased his latest hat collection, saying we all need entertainment amid the pandemic.
Treacy, who has some royal clients on his list, including the queen and Duchess of Cambridge and stars like Madonna, showcased his collection at Russia’s largest private museum.
The Saint Petersburg's Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art had celebrated their 10th anniversary, and the 53-year-old Irish designer was there to help them spread smiles.
Treacy, who strongly feels that hats are all about elegance and beauty, mentioned that the residents of Saint Petersburg understand the power of the hat as they lived in beautiful cities.
Forty-six pieces of the designer's work feature in the "Maestro Philip Treacy" exhibition which opens on Friday and will run until March 21.
Takahiro Shibata's glasses are fogging up because of his face mask - a problem familiar to many spectacles wearers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bora Aksu said the coronavirus pandemic inspired his latest collection, which looks back over one hundred years to the Spanish flu pandemic and the end of World War One.
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From old denim fabrics, Afghan refugee Bagher Husseini fashioned a pair of baggy jeans with fringed patches that he hopes will be paraded down a French catwalk later this year.