Russian history in Majestic Yanina Couture show

Russian history in Majestic Yanina Couture show


The main source of inspiration for the FW1819 Couture collection is the love for traditions of the russian people and the love for french chic.

This collection is like a kaleidoscope of eras mixing the Peter’s times, the Revolution, Katherine the Great, young Komsomols, modest peasant women, and the one thing that unites Russian beauties of all times – the desire to dress up no matter what.

Winter is the fashion house’s favorite season. This collection is composed mostly of suits and Yanina signature dresses with fitted waists and full skirts. Jackets and coats are made from mink, sable and faux fur. Traditional for peasants’ wardrobe sheepskins with incredible embroidery are elevated to the level of chic. Fabrics include velvet, taffeta, wool, leather. Main colors of the collection are black, grey, wine, emerald.

Embroideries are since the beginning of the Fashion House part of its DNA, this FW 1819 season they are inspired by the traditional Russian patterns.  The house used a variety of technics – hand-embroidered simple peasants’ patterns, patchwork, leather lace, and lastly sculptural and volumetric embroidery of baroque patterns.

The evening block reminds one of sparkling in gold and silver gowns of the Tsars. Special attention is payed to accessories and head pieces. One can find here the russian fur hats, girlish mink kerchiefs, incredibly beautiful, hand-knitted head pieces, which remind one of the Kokoshniks Russian ceremonial. Velvet stockings and regal buckeles on the shoes give the silhouette a more confident and luxuous look.

« I am sure that by reviving traditions of the past, of our heritage, we are creating a new trend. I would like that looking at this collection one imagines Russia and the great history of our state. Every look of this collection makes one think of Russia. I tried to create an exquisite image in which every women of the world will feel confident and happy. Because beauty does not need translation; it is an international language. But I am proud that the roots of it stem from Russia ». Said Yulia Yanina