Couture de Fleur SS'18 Collection

Couture de Fleur SS'18 Collection
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Summer in Italy is always a kind of love adventure with the flavor of the sea and sweet flowers. Portofino with its fresh breeze, small ancient stony streets, bright flowers and white yachts became the background of the new Couture de FLeur SS’18 collection.

This fashion brand of Inna Katiushchenko and Olena Onufriv is a combination of elegant silhouettes and unique floristic prints on the silk fabric.
Saturated colors of indigo and fuchsia, as well as a muted pink and elegant lemon are dominated in the palette of the new collection.
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The creative director of the brand and the author of the collection Inna Katiushchenko explains: "For me Portofino is the place for a perfect romantic weekend. We tried to create the light atmosphere with the flavor of the sea and juicy fruits. The colors of the Italian Riviera are embodied in feminine silhouettes on streaming silk."
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Bouquets of irises, bells, peonies and roses on fabric are transferred from paintings by Olena Onufriv created in Portofino. "Italy is the place of my inspiration, every time I open it in a new way, and it shows me the new colors and shades," - the artist admits.
Showroom address: 4, Muzeyny lane, Kyiv
Photos by Sergey Gritsenko
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