Its hard to believe Ulyana Sergeenko is only on her fourth season as a designer. Feels as though we have loved her forever. It’s her old-fashioned and wonderfully over-the-top looks she ever so perfectly achieves season after season. The spring collection was inspired by an imaginary trip on the Orient Express, with stops in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Stepping off the train is a movie star – or femme fatale, donning hourglass corsets, capelets with hand-painted fringe, pants with intarsias of narrow bands of silk, silk jumpsuits with hand-embroidered cotton buds, and billowing skirts. Check out all the intricate details that went into the collection at Vogue España.
(images via Now Fashion)
Love everything about this designer. Can’t wait to look her up. xo
Great new collection!!
But I don’t like that she usually wears real fur ;(
Gorgeous shapes and fabrics. The skirts are to die for!
This was quite an interesting collection, although not one of my favorites. My absolute favorite was Atelier Versace. Check out my post about Haute Couture on my blog http://berrytrendy.com
I like this old fashioned style. She’s very talented. Thanks for sharing!
I seriously loved this collection. It felt really daring to me somehow. She definitely is a natural talent and it is so surprising how early she is in her career — and producing clothes that uphold to the quality of the greats!
wow…Ulyana Sergeenko is definitely something else..
love her for that!
She´s a very talented designer, love her collection and the skirts are absolutely gorgeous!
I love this!
Ultra chic collection!
I’m obsessed with her designs. This season is not my favorite, but it’s still remarkable!
xoxo, The Occasional Indulgence