Vika Gazinskaya is known for creating outfits that often come with a lot of volume, intriguing prints, and geometric silhouettes. Miroslava Duma is showing off one of Vika’s top’s from her Spring-Summer 2014 collection. The top which rests off the shoulder, has the iconic Vika touches with a polka dot print, on pale blue fabric. This top goes well with pearl accessories which Mira’s demonstrating!
As I type this I’m listening to the soundtrack by Dmitry Shurov- I dared myself to press play on the “A La Russe” website, and you know- I’m not even disappointed by my choice. The soundtrack captures the sound of a lazy summer spent by the sea (Russian, English and French singing is heard), as does Anastasia Romantsova’s A La Russe’s Spring-Summer 2014 collection.
Privet Matryoshka’s! Spring is the most passionate of the seasons; where both nature and human’s senses are awakened after a winter long coma; where flowers and romance find themselves equally in bloom. There’s no surprise here when spring takes center stage as one of the most influential seasons in fashion, often lending it’s florals, and pastel hues to the runway.Igor Gulyaev’s Spring-Summer 2014 collection is titled “Paradise”.
Alexander Terekhov “always loved Alice as a character, because she is kind, sweet and beautiful.” The Russian designer used nine meters of blue taffeta to make the fantasy of Alice In Wonderland into a reality. Terekhov’s Alice showcases a transition from Alice’s time as a youth, and into a grown woman.
Thoughts of the ballet takes our imagination to visions of ballerina’s plié’ing and twirling at the tips of their pointe shoes; in whimsical costumes almost as striking as their fluid, graceful dance movements. Julia Kalmanovich’s Spring Summer 2014 collection is inspired by the Ballet, with good reason.
It looks like Yana Raskovalova provided guests with a fabulous evening out, enhanced by details that went into the interior decor, (and food). Decorations included curtains made of beads, icicles, fir branches and cones. Yana’s wintry details enriched the presentation of her new jewellery collection “Frosty Lace”.
Yana Raskovalova is a Russian Jeweller, her designs look pretty and unique. She’s a designer who has a thing for Cameo’s (ode to the past), and loves to make tassels. Yana often uses materials like gold, precious and semi-precious gemstones, ivory, bone, wood, Florentine mosaic, shell, coral and agate cameos in her work. Yana also has quite a few collections some of which are titled “Scent of a
Vika Gazinskaya’s Autumn-Winter 2013-2014 ready to wear collection for women takes on a childlike appearance. Vika’s collection features architectural silhouettes, the cheeky details and voluminous shapes reminiscent of the style from cocoon coats. The collection’s pieces are meant to add a bit of glamour to practicality in outfits meant to ward off winter’s cold snap.
I love the young Russian designers knack for designing clothing that I want in my possession ASAP! These Terekhov outfits are absolutely cute and couture. Alexander Terekhov’s ready to wear clothing is refreshing, and even a rare sight for a lot of Russian fashion is more a long the lines of being all Haute Couture, or formal-