The debut show of the A`lRusse studio as part of the presentation of the fall-winter 2010-11 Russian Seasons collections, in my opinion, has become one of the most worthy of this season. A careful study of the historical sewing experience, traditions of Russian tailors and seamstresses allow the atelier to create collections worthy of modern princesses.
On the snow-covered catwalk the clear heiresses of "blue bloods" were walking: with high hairstyles, proudly straightened backs, the models were wearing silk trouser sets, blouses with aristocratic long cuffs, silk and chiffon maxi.
The image was complemented by accessories: wooden necklaces made of carved balls, woven leather bracelets over leather gloves, belt buckles in the "Scythian" style.
I especially liked two models. One of them - a black dress made of striped suiting fabric, only deceivingly pretending to be something strict and boring from the back, where it especially resembles a jacket or tailcoat - struck by the original cut and working out of the material, thanks to which the skirt with a light train at the back almost dissolves into air: the costume fabric becomes more and more carved, the patterns disintegrate and literally float in the air on a transparent mesh.
The second beautiful thing is a jacket, where knitting typical for Orenburg shawls and snow-white wool is turned into sleeves and a hood - an amazing find, in my opinion, for a fashionable bride who does not share enthusiasm for banal fur boleros and capes.
In addition, the atelier's craftsmen went to almost a feat - most of the guests got hand-sewn bear keychains, created according to the type of old children's rag toys, with embroidered muzzles and beaded eyes. I wonder how many days did you spend on them?