Valentin Yudashkin is a famous Russian fashion designer, honored artist, and chief designer of his own brand, Valentin Yudashkin. His creations are represented at the Louvre Costume Museum, at the California Fashion Museum, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), as well as at the International Museum of Olympic Games and the State Historical Museum (Moscow).
At the fashion week in Paris, Russia was represented by Valentin Yudashkin with the Fall-Winter 2011-2012 collection. It is worth noting that the Fashion House Valentin Yudashkin was the only Russian House from 1992 to 2000, representing its collections at the Fashion Week in Paris. Twice a year, the fashion house Valentin Yudashkin presented to the public stunning haute couture collections in the heart of France.
The autumn-winter collection of the famous Couturier turned out quite bright. Rich juicy colors – orange, yellow, red, blue. Complement the image of bright makeup, catchy tights and hats. All Yudashkin’s outfits reflect his aesthetics, they are always elegant and feminine.
The collection turned out to be passionate and with a charming twist, all models looked chic and expensive. The artist-designer presented both strict classic laconic outfits and luxurious evening dresses for the most sophisticated fashionistas.
I did not forget the Russian designer and about the Russian theme: he demonstrated colorful models of classic cut, fur and traditional decor. The audience was shocked by this combination of colors: models, like butterflies, fluttered on the runway. Experienced guests welcomed the collection of Valentin Yudashkin Autumn-Winter 2011-2012 with delight.