Valentin Yudashkin and a fairy-tale collection
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Today I’ll show you how will look the woman in autumn-winter 16/17 through the eyes of Valentin Yudashkin. I admit this was one of the most anticipated shows for me because along Yudashkin there is always magic, beauty and perfection.
In this chilly Sunday Parisian morning we were discovering a story about secrets, about the the amazing natural beauty of the Urals and Siberia, the heroes of fairy tales and legends, which local peoples have passed from generation to generation…
This is a collection in which history and modernity are linked and interlaced. The talented Yudashkin offers new forms and proportions in voluminous long coats with casual-sportive cut, which remind traditional Russian fur coats that were worn at the beginning of the twentieth century. The couturier pays great attention to details: to the decor of stones, sequins, beads, sequins that resemble the magnificent Ural-Siberian minerals — malachite, agate, jasper, charoite, garnet and lazurite.
In the collection are also used the cashmere appliques and embroidery based on the traditional Russian ornaments and in the form of flowers. In his unique way Valentin Yudashkin combines in this collection elegance, sport, romance, and luxury. The colors of the collection include unique colors that gave the nature of the Urals and Siberia – black, green, with beautiful iridescence as in the stone malachite. Also the collection comprehends deep wine nuances, white, gold, copper and anthracite.
Always beautiful, always luxurious, always bewitching!
The heroine of the collection fall-winter 2016-2017 from Valentin Yudashkin is feminine and elegant. She prefers the original and spectacular looks and gambles on elegance and romanticism like the heroines of fascinating Ural and Siberian fairy tales.
After this amazing show in this amazing fairy tale ambiance:
Captured by the camera of Stunning streetstyle seconds before the show:
Lace dress and oversize blazer: Slavina Petrova