On March 8, 2018, on the stage of the State Kremlin Palace, Russian couturier Valentin Yudashkin will present the haute couture spring-summer 2018 collection.
This year, the Fashion House has prepared for the International Women's Day not only the already traditional fascinating festive show with the participation of pop stars in stage outfits from the designer, but also an unusual gift for all fans of the art of theater and painting.
The spring-summer collection by Valentin Yudashkin is dedicated to Russian theater artists of the early 20th century. It organically combines the innovative philosophy of modernists, the shocking avant-garde and the aesthetics of the impressionists. Artistic expressiveness, plasticity and play of lines recreate the atmosphere of the magnificent ballet performances of Diaghilev's seasons.
The color scheme is rooted in theatrical scenery. Delicate watercolor shades of pale lilac, transparent blue, delicate pink and Indian green complement the active accent colors: bright scarlet and wine red, chocolate brown, Persian blue and charcoal black interspersed with shimmering gold and silver.
The lightness and airiness of dresses made of lace and orgasses and tiered skirts reminiscent of ballet tutus are replaced by the architectural complexity of jackets and trouser suits made of thick silk and taffeta. The collection is distinguished by unique decor. Corsets and elongated jackets are decorated with embroidery with beads and glass beads in various techniques. Hand-made flowers from textured hand-made sequins bloom on cocktail and evening dresses. Bulky embroidery and feather trim add a touch of sophistication to summer coats.
For the first time, the collection will feature children's haute couture looks from the new Valentin Yudashkin kids line.
Cosmetic products from Revlon, one of the world's leading cosmetic concerns, will be used to create the images.
The concert is attended by: Iosif Kobzon, Philip Kirkorov, Nikolai Baskov, Alexander Rosenbaum, Stas Mikhailov, Valeria, Kristina Orbakaite, Igor Krutoy, Oleg Gazmanov, Alexander Buinov, Alexander Marshal, Mikhail Bublik, Ani Lorak, Zara, Jasmin, Sergey Lazarev, Nyusha, Glucose, Elena Sever, Alexander Kogan, Art Group "Soprano" by Mikhail Turetsky, Alla Dukhova's ballet "Todes".