Well it’s no secret Matryoshkas you can obviously tell that I loooveee Russian Fashion Designers, and their Russian Fashion Houses. They aim to impress, pouring their hearts into their work, giving the Italian and French Fashion Houses solid competition. Russians are explosive in the fashion world, they may have had a backseat, but the extra time has given these designers
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.
Valentin Yudashkin did not incorporate an expansive colour palette into his Winter-Fall ready to wear collection for the 2013/2014 seasons. Layered silks, chiffons and wool’s were graced with hues of icy whites, pearly greys, and smoky blues. The collection was inspired by the winter of Russian folklore tales, as well as by icicles, and snowy landscapes.