Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi ended with a bang at the circus-themed show of Georgian-born, Moscow-based designer Bessarion Razmadze. Models teetered onto the runway on fat-soled Mary Jane platforms or flats topped with floppy oversize bows. The ringmaster’s uniform was transformed into a high-necked creamy silk shirtdress and a boxy oversize burgundy blazer. A bomber jacket, meanwhile, was stamped in a clown’s light pink and slate gray harlequin print. On the tamer side, a pair of cropped silk trousers and a matching double-breasted white blazer came with exaggerated jester sleeves and cuffs. Track pants, which have been seen everywhere from Chloé to Paco Rabanne for Spring 2016, were given a slinky, wide-leg silhouette and dressed up with a shiny champagne-color coat with a red collar. One standout was a sharply cut, thigh-hitting baby blue leather jacket.