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Kazakhstan Fashion Week applauds Kazakhstan designer LaRiya

16 april 2013, 17:40
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Kazakhstan's designer Lariya Jakambayeva. ©Vladimir Dmitriyev
Kazakhstan's designer Lariya Jakambayeva. ©Vladimir Dmitriyev
Kazakhstan’s designer LaRiya was given a storm of applause at the presentation of her collection on the first day of the Kazakhstan Fashion Week, Tengrinews.kz reports.

The image of Sherlock Holmes detective created by Arthur Conan Doyle inspired Lariya Jakambayeva to create her autumn-winter 2013/14 collection. Famous detective’s deer-stalker hat (that has a pair of fore and aft brims and two flexible side flaps) provided a basis for the collection. The audience was impressed with the combination of modesty and elegance in the collection. The designer used tweed, linen and silk that were common for those years in her collection. Ukraine singer and model Kristina Mezhinskaya closed the presentation of LaRiya’s brand.

Eight designers demonstrated their collections on the first day of the KFW.

Debutants of the event, Gulzhanat Baygunakova and Zarina Balfanbayeva duo with their BeMe brand, showed a very womanish collection.

Keti Chkhikvadze (Georgia), frequent participant of the KFW presented a classic black and white collection. Kamila Kurbani placed an emphasis on colors and materials that are globally trendy these days: Scothc check, wool, quilted velvet, soft velour, knitted fabric and cotton.

Two foreign designers – Dennik Li from Latvia and Andra Turkanu from Romania also presented their collections on the first day.

Denis Konchalovsky-Li, founder of Dennik Li brand, is an alumnus of London College of Fashion and London-based Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design. His collection titled Soul focused on a simple silhouette and something that can be worn in an every day life.

Romanian Andra Turkanu’s LOULOU artwork was quite different. Her autumn-winter 2013/14 collection consisted of luxurious details, made of light and precious materials. Every dress was decorated by a hand-made applied ornament of ribbons, paillette, prints, leather, feathers and laces. Black was LOULOU favorite color and she used it in different shades, from dark-grey to pitch black.

Aygul Kassymova, Leonid Zherebtsov, Yerlan Zholdasbek, SM, Omelya Atelier (Ukraine), Irina Shumova (Russia), Salle De Mode (Georgia), Miau by Clara Rotescu (Romania) will present their collections as part of the Kazakhstan Fashion Week on April 16.














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