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St. Bessarion's Fall 2011 Collection is Inspired by Orthodox Judaism

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Meanwhile, at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia in Moscow, models line up backstage before the Saint Bessarion fall-winter fashion show in their Orthodox Jewish-inspired styling.

PS. Do you remember back in 1993, Jean Paul Gaultier created a controversial fall-winter collection inspired by Orthodox Jewish dress? The NY Times reported:

· Saint Bessarion [Official Site]
· Patterns [NY Times]