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2 April 2019 г.

25 years of fashion Week in Moscow. The fashion house Valentin Yudashkin

We would like to sincerely thank our client — fashion house Valentin Yudashkin. We appreciate our partnership and are happy to contribute to the development and support of the brand, the talent of a great man.

We wish you prosperity, creative ideas, inspiration, development!

From 19 to 24 March, Gostiny Dvor hosted the main fashion event of this spring – famous couturiers and young talented designers presented unique collections as part of Moscow Fashion Week.

Irina Krutikova presented the elements of the collection in her typical style: exquisite, subtle, unexpected shades of products were skillfully combined with experimental technologies of furriers ‘ works. The main gift for all guests of the Gala show was the performance of Ilse Liepa for the presentation of Irina Krutikova’s collection – the ballerina opened the show with a fascinating dance. In the new Black collection Igor Chapurin remained true to his principles of work in the style of haute couture. Most of the fabrics were specially produced for the brand CHAPURIN, and inlays and draped details were combined by the masters of the brand by hand. The key fabrics are Indian silk, brocade, Turkmen cotton, the finest wool and jacquard. Afterwards Gala continued with the show of capsule collection Fashion House “Tatiana Parfenova” for autumn-winter 2019-2020. The name of the collection is “They” , presenting a story of heroes who have collected all the best from a woman and a man. All-consuming black color prevailed in the images, completely replacing the bright color palette.

Each element of the collection differed from each other in a variety of textures – silk, wool, knitwear and faux fur looked impressive on the models, without needing additional details. Victoria Andreyanova’s AW19-20 collection is a hymn to a woman who can change the world. Each image was inspired by surprisingly strong and at the same time feminine heroines: Margaret Thatcher, Coco Chanel, Elizabeth II.

The show was closed by the eminent couturier, honored artist of the Russian Federation, Valentin Yudashkin. Flowing silhouettes on the catwalk suddenly changed sequins dresses, and bright accents effectively diluted laconic evening images.

Made in Russia

Fashion week in Moscow is rapidly developing and transforming, but the main tasks of fashion-events remain – to show the potential of creative ideas of Russian designers and give a start to new names in fashion. The key and conceptual slogan of Moscow fashion Week is “Made in Russia”.