For Autumn/Winter 2021, designer Yulia Yanina celebrates femininity, reincarnating the provocative mystic grace of Marie-Antoinette, Queen of France, still haunting our spirits nowadays. YANINA’s heroine this season embodies independence, sensuality and sensitivity, whilst grace and refinement infuse the collection.
The main characters this season include corsets, bows, linen styles and 18th-century male camisole, all reinterpreted in a modern style. Marie-Antoinette’s favorite flower, the violet, is also depicted, through decorative embroideries used on ball dresses and skirts. Colors and fabrics resemble the sublime Garden of Versailles on an enchanted night. Black, blue, marrons, silk velvet and weightless gray mesh are mixed and matched with dramatic black lace.
Impeccable and strict cuts are complemented by lingerie style foundations, also including loose strap designed using embroidery and lingerie-like embellishments. Yulia Yanina’s play on textures create subtle yet bold looks filled with intrigue and provocation.
YANINA Couture styles are an ode to beauty. Yulia Yanina and her Atelier succeed in creating unique looks designed to incite magic. The YANINA woman is eternal, she travels in time and reveals her emotions in the most genuine manner.
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