Cementing the link between Russia and France’s history of an age old art form, Yanina’s Spring Summer 2016 collection brings history and culture together through ballet. Yanina’s inspirations shine through in her latest haute couture collection that uses embroidery, velvets, feathers, and tulle amid dresses that appear weightless, and conceal in a tasteful way.
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
Yulia Yanina’s fashion house has just celebrated its 20th anniversary on January 21st, 2014! Many of Yulia’s designs have found homes in the wardrobes of Princess Stephanie of Monaco, Baroness Nadine de Rothschild, and Ms. Roya Surdo, wife of the Italian Ambassador. Yulia is famous for specializing in Haute Couture creations, to wedding, evening and cocktail dresses; studded with beads, or enhanced by embroidery- true to traditional Russian dress.
Yulia Yanina’s creations are what dreams are made of, described as being”a mixture of different emotions, states of mind, a balanced combination of a classical and a romantic style, amidst complexity, simplicity, rigour and minimalism.” The Yanina brand is renowned for hand crafted garments, inspired by films, books and countries Yulia’s seen, read and visited.