There's a lot of talk about how Gosha Rubchinskiy is a high-fashion skate brand, but unlike its contemporaries Palace and Supreme, we don't see a lot of dudes actually skating in any of the clothes. Thanks to Notre and Naked Gallery, Gosha's gear finally fulfills its destiny.
Shot with a grainy, '90s VHS-style aesthetic (honestly, how else did you think this would look?), the short film shows off some of the most popular pieces from the rising Russian designer's Fall/Winter 2015 collection.
Chicago-based Notre really focused-in on the inspirations behind Rubchinskiy's designs, managing to catch the rebelliousness of youth (shouts to the dude stealing product from that bodega) and its relationship to skateboarding (shouts to that boneless off the planter).
All in all, if you want to understand the vibes surrounding the mysterious Gosha Rubchinskiy, this video is a pretty good start. All respect to Notre for showing off the gear, not through simple photo editorial, but with a artsy skate video.
Head over to Notre to cop from Rubchinskiy's Fall/Winter collection.