She’s tiny, and fragile in appearance and has had her fair share of ballet, but Sasha Luss never was the type who played with barbies, and never dreamed of becoming a model in her childhood. The Russian model’s career began in 2007 but it was the 2013-14 season that truly took her career to the next level. In the 2013-14 season Sasha Luss began her first big season on the runway for the Paris Haute Couture scene, and opened runway shows for No. 21, vera Wang, Emilio Pucci , and Alberta Ferretti.
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
I admire Ulyana Sergeenko’s eclectic taste for all things beautiful, for leaving an impression since her debut that lead to her becoming one of the most recognizable street style stars, now turned fashion designer. Tommy Ton and The Sartorialist’s Scott Shuman have cameras that have fallen in love with the Russian it girl. Is it her canvas like features we adore the most? Her porcelain skin? Her signature red lips? Ulyana takes risks, she wears vintage, all the while inspiring our whimsical fantasies of owning, and wearing couture the way she does.
Anastasia Romantsova’s the Russian designer who created A La Russe, a contemporary brand that pumps out stunning, hand-crafted garments from season to season. Once you see into the world of A La Russe, as well as the face behind the brand- it’s hard to keep yourself from falling head over heels-in love from the A La Russe touch.
Privet Matryoshka’s!! I’ve decided today is a good day to write a fashion profile dedicated to Ukraine’s own Yasya Minochkina. The fashion designer was born and raised in the Ukraine, honing her talents, and skills at two of the most respected schools in the fashion industry: Central Saint Martins and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
It’s been rare of me so far to have a post on anything Ukrainian related, today’s post is about a designer from the Ukraine who deserves some recognition. In ways her work reminds me of Ulyana Sergeenko, and of Yulia Yanina’s,(her work ethic) + something else unidentifiable with other designers, making this designer distinct.
Natalia Vodianova The Russian Cinderella Privet Matryoshka’s here is a heart warming tale for you to enjoy, which seems suitable for the holiday season upon us. Natalia Vodianova’s story is familiar, similar to the tale of cinderella,- one moment she was living life in poverty and the next her life spiral’s into the grandeur of paris life. What prompted her to trust her intuition and turn to the model agency in Nizhny Novogorod at the age of 16, was that she recognized men showed an interest in her. Natalia’s been quoted saying
Valentin Yudashkin started off his career by dressing the wives of the Kremlin, notably Raisa Gorbachev the wife of the former soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. By 1991 Valentin’s name began to grow famous outside of Russia when his collection Fabrege was featured at Paris fashion week in 1991.
Lubov is of Ukrainian descent, she works for the famous fashion houses of BCBG, and Herve Ledger and is the wife of Max Azria (the founder of BCBG). Lubov was born November 8th 1967 in Kiev, Ukraine, she studied ballet even training with the Bolshoi Ballet youth division. By the 1980’s her parents moved to Texas, and in 1986 Lubov
Elena Perminova has won me over style wise, this leggy blonde has definitely earned the title of being one of Russia’s it girls, lately she’s been on style watch, now the question is, who is she?