I’ve spent a week in Minsk, the capital of Belarus, to visit my grandparents, and I must say – I have this something for the heavy, Soviet architecture. Minsk is filled with this type of buildings – and every spot seems like a great venue for the next Vetements show. But also, I tasted so many goods of former USSR countries’ cuisine on Komarovka, Minsk’s largest (and most famous) market. Moreover, I have a long-lasting love affair with those bold, old-school neon signs – and they appear nearly everywhere on the streets. Take a look at my photographs from this quite unusual trip!