The Red Square in Moscow is one of the many city squares in Russia. The name doesn’t come from the colours of the bricks but rather from the Russian word красная which can mean both “red” or “beautiful”. красная (beautiful) was applied to the Saint Basil’s Cathedral which is in the vicinity which was later transferred to the square itself.
The Resurrection Gates were at some point demolished to allow heavy military vehicles to move through but later rebuilt after the fall of the Soviet Union.
There were people giving out free cans of Coca cola. A godsend for well needed boost of sugar in the middle of the day.
It was a pretty sunny day, in the backdrop is the GUM department store, spectacular building.
Black Outfit Breakdown:
- White camisole: H&M
- Shredded cropped t-shirt: DIY
- Pants: Topshop
- Shoes: Ann Demeulemeester
- Clutch bag: Taobao