"Star Wardrobe" In GUM

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"Star Wardrobe" In GUM
"Star Wardrobe" In GUM

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A new exhibition from the collection of fashion historian Alexander Vasiliev opens in GUM. To some extent, this is already becoming a good New Year's Eve tradition. A year ago, the country's main department store celebrated its anniversary with a triumphant exhibition "120 Years of Fashion at GUM", which attracted a record number of visitors. This time we will see the "Star Wardrobe" - one hundred evening and stage outfits of the brightest stars of cinema, theater, stage over the past 70 years.

Movie stars and stage queens, opera divas and ballet prima, TV presenters and pop queens have set the tone in fashion at all times, influencing the tastes of millions of women. Alisa Koonen, Lyubov Orlova, Olga Lepeshinskaya, Lydia Smirnova, Clara Luchko, Nani Bregvadze, Lyudmila Gurchenko, Maya Plisetskaya, Elena Obraztsova, Tatiana Shmyga, Alla Pugacheva and Sofia Rotaru were the unshakable style icons of the first half of the 20th century. The pop stars Laima Vaikule and Irina Ponarovskaya became the standard of the 1980s style, and the post-perestroika years were ideally expressed by Larisa Dolina, Alena Sviridova, Irina Allegrova, Masha Rasputina, the Combination and Mirage groups. In the 2000s, Natalia Vodianova, Anna Netrebko, Lolita Milyavskaya, Angelica Varum, Vera Brezhneva and Ani Lorak ascended the fashionable Olympus. The list is really long. Natalia Fateeva and Gelena Velikanova,Kristina Orbakaite and Valeria … Movies and magazines, postcards and posters with their images served as the alphabet of fashion. Women all over the country waited for their idols to appear on the screen or on stage, and then copied their new styling, makeup, cut and color of the dress, the shape of the hat and the model of shoes.

Every fashionista wants to look into the wardrobe of her idols to find out what they wear, whether they follow capricious fashion trends and which brands they prefer. Fashion historian Alexander Vasiliev gives this opportunity to everyone, presenting on the 1st line of GUM a unique exhibition "Star Wardrobe", which includes items from his famous collection of historical costumes. The exposition will include evening and stage outfits that belonged to the stars of cinema, theater, stage and television of the last decades.

Among the pearls of the collection is Clara Luchko's scarlet nylon cocktail dress, in which the actress shone in 1955 at the Cannes Film Festival, presenting the film "The Return of Vasily Bortnikov". Because of the color and volume of the outfit, European paparazzi nicknamed him "the red bomb." It is impossible to ignore the ensemble of printed silk with flounces from Maya Plisetskaya's wardrobe, donated to her personally by Pierre Cardin, whose muse she has been for many years. It was in this costume that in 1991 Maya Mikhailovna received the Gold Medal for Merit in the field of fine arts from the hands of the King of Spain. A special place in the exposition is occupied by the stage costume of the prima of the Theater named after Yev. Vakhtangov Yulia Borisova. In this dress, the actress played the role of the Polish singer Gelena in the legendary play "Warsaw Melody" directed by Ruben Simonov. It is sewn of velvet and trimmed with fragments of beaded embroidery removed from an old shawl.

The collection includes two dresses from Natalia Fateeva's wardrobe, in one of which she shone at the Moscow International Film Festivals in 1961 and 1975. The dress made of taffeta and fuchsia panne velvet originally belonged to actress Lyudmila Maksakova, who later gave it to her friend, actress Natalya Selezneva, for filming in the “Zucchini“13 Chairs”". The crown of the exposition will be dresses that belonged to the two main opera divas of our time. In the sumptuous creation of Oscar de la Renta, Anna Netrebko appeared at the Vienna Ball in 2011, captivating the discerning Viennese audience. In a dress from Igor Chapurin, carrying a silky cloud of an emerald train, Khibla Gerzmava took to the stage of her native Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater, presenting a solo program as part of the Queen of the Opera festival.

The exhibition is open to visitors from December 3 to January 15.


And in the photo we see the same evening ensemble of printed silk with Maya Plisetskaya's flounces, a trouser ensemble of brocade by Tatyana Shmyga (1967), a red dress made of draped nylon with metal hoops by Klara Luchko (early 1960s), a red dress was made more luxurious from tulle in the atelier of the Bolshoi Theater for Anna Veski (1980s) and singer Valeria own a narrow dress made of silk crêpe george, embroidered with beads, bugles and sequins (2003).

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