Daring, extravagant and extremely elegant are the words that describe that Yanina Couture Spring/Summer 2020 collection. Not surprisingly, these words also describe the muses of the collection – the legendary beauties of the 1960s.
From Audrey Hepburn to Catherine Deneuve, Jacqueline Kennedy to Lee Radziwill, these women defined beauty and elegance not just for their generation but the next. In fact, it will be safe to say that once Gen Z discovers them, they will be another generation that will be affected by these iconic women.
Taking an unexpected move this season, designer Yulia Yanina stepped aside from the usual noble and discreet black and white style revealed that she is also an accomplished colorist as she sent bright shades of pink, yellow and blue on the catwalk.
Rebellious spirit under the bourgeois classics – this is the mood of a new chapter in the history of the Yanina Fashion House. And Yanina’s inspirations, she created a glamourous and dreamlike universe.
At the end of the show, Yanina comes back to the iconic dresses of the House – black dresses with the signature embroidery of filigree work. The cut is both chaste and outrageous, classical and audacious: the past enables the designer to create modern clothes, made for women who want to make a difference.
Yanina’s new collection is an ode to freedom and boldness: it magnifies the female body with chic and timeless pieces. This new collection marks a new chapter in the history of the House counting 25 years of dressing women around the world.
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