The Russian designer Yulia Yanina Fall/Winter 2014-15 Haute Couture is perfectly blends Slavic traditions, very romantic and elegant.
Privileging black, sometimes associated to white notes that create beautiful graphic silhouettes alongside the powerful and luminous monochromes.
The black and white are very formal and elegant, Yanina places primary focus on the plush winter fabrics, embroidery and details of each design.
The Russian soul of the house is highlighted by the embroideries applied here and there, but also with the romantic silhouettes, enhanced by a pure make-up and natural hair, that evoke a beautiful and tormented contemporary Anna Karenina.
Notes on the press release: brightness, luxury, exclusivity.
The designer revamps of the 18th century style and give them a seductive modernity with short hems and sensual transparencies obtained with an exquisite silk muslin.Tradition with modernity are threaded together in harmony, a youthful glow wich glances back to the art of ancient craft.
The dream of wearable high fashion is real and boldly embodied in this almost purely monochromatic collection. The details emphasize a curvaceous silhouette, when the hips are not exaggerated, long allures are privileged with elegant sheaths adorned with muslin tops. Cut-out laces combined to a profound velvet that nicely catches the light.
The feeling is contemporary, sensual and ultimately impressive.
For more informations go to Yanina Couture website