Vasily Razdorskiy puts the attention in his Spring 2015 collection from the incredible whiteness of the outfits to the incredible lightness of a jacket and windbreaker cut from waterproof technical materials called "safin" and “taffeta – tecno”— so fine it is almost sheer. Then there is the requisite accent of intense color (yellow that Vasily called lemon).
This season, he introduced hybrid clothing, like the shirt with a diagonal zip closing or a jacket – polo t-shirt, or a jacket – shirt. The same kind of relaxed spirit dictated lapels on his jackets.
He has the intention of creating a line of youthful, high-performance clothes that still focus on quality materials and slick tailoring. Vasily Razdorskiy Spring 2015 collection was largely based around an on-the-go urban man and his daily commute. This inspiration served the designer well when it came to outerwear. The "kway jacket," designed specifically for men who ride a motorbike or a Vespa. Though it was made out of tech fabric, its cut and sweeping silhouette were both masculine and elegant.
He evolved activewear-as-ready-to-wear.
He took inspiration from works of Hawaiian architector with Russian origin Vladimir Ossipoff and the geometric patterns on the sun screen around the IBM building which are like a tapa cloth combined with the aesthetic of the keypunch card which, in 1962, was how computers were driven.
"The silhouette is about leisure, about being on holiday, free from the restraints of corporate identity," said Vasily. "Looking at sportswear to create an ideal utopia, a holiday feeling."
The looser silhouettes were a nod to the sixties, there is a cool chill that hung over this intriguing collection. Sixties colors like navy, white and lemon brightened up knits and gave a subtle sheen to the fabrics, but with a cold kind of light.