Couturier Valentin Yudashkin turns to the theme of avant-garde art, more precisely, suprematism (from Latin supremus - the highest). Combinations of multi-colored planes and shapes - a straight line, rectangle, square and circle, as well as a combination of geometric shapes of different colors and sizes that form Suprematist compositions - all this is reflected in the collection. Dresses, blouses, skirts and accessories are decorated with prints and appliqués in the form of human figures, as if descended from the canvases of the avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich.
In the future spring-summer season, the designer proposes to combine summer raincoats and maxi-length coats made of linen, raincoat fabric, denim cotton, or elongated bomber jackets and cropped double and single-breasted straight-cut jackets made of cotton, linen matting, cotton satin with bulky trousers -palazzo with a high waist. The model range of the collection also includes voluminous skirts-shorts, elongated dress-shirts, dresses with flared skirts, sundresses, short and long overalls with an open back made of cambric, cotton, linen, silk and chiffon. In the evening block, much attention is paid to exquisite and feminine dresses made of organza, tulle, satin and silk.
The game of asymmetry adds geometry and emphasizes the suprematist character of the collection. Some models are supplemented with draperies embroidered with beads, bugles and beads, which creates the effect of volumetric textured embroidery. In combination with rich colors - red, yellow, blue, green and white, unique images are born. They are complemented by spectacular accessories that continue the general theme of the collection: bags with a suprematist print, backpacks with graphic applications, slippers and mules made of leather and suede with a colored stripe and sunglasses with rounded degraded frames.
Valentin Yudashkin presented the image of a supremus woman, full of grace and sophistication. The image of a perfect woman, the highest degree of elegance and sense of style. A surprise for the guests of the show was the demonstration of several models of children's clothing, announcing the launch of the Valentin Yudashkin for Kids line.
Irina Kulikova, favorite model of Marc Jacobs and John Galliano, participant of such world shows as Prada, NinRicci, Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton and Calvin Klein became the Ambassador of the 38th season of Fashion Week in Moscow.
After the show. in the backstage zone, the guests got acquainted with the Faberlic by Valentin Yudashkin collaboration. They were among the first to see the new collection of women's clothing and accessories on display on the constructivist catwalk.
Photo - DimBabushkin