Brand Elena Souproun Couture is femininity, elegance and luxury. Classic silhouettes are out of time and space, unique cut, rare fabrics from beginning of the 20th century to 1960s and magnificent finishing: poplin, cambric, muslin, silk, shot silk, chiffon, jersey, brocade, taffeta; handmade painting and embroidery with metal beads and glass of the early 20th century; jewelry of semi-precious and precious stone styled in art-deco and art-nouveau.
There is not point of looking for any latest fashion trends, or say features of the time in collections of Elena Souproun. Every collection emphasizes the individuality of her possessor, identifies her unique features that can be reflected in clothes which undoubtedly shows only the beauty of female body. Souproun finds her clients the best models for her garments, among them: Kristina Orbakayte, Tatyana Lazareva, Alexandra Savelyeva and others.
Elena Souproun is the all-time participant of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia.
For quite a while Elena has been studying the history of fashion and buying rare fashion pieces at European flea markets which finally turned into quite a large collection of olden clothes. Earlier designer participated in Russian pret-a-porter and haute couture shows and arranged fashion shows at Moscow fashion clubs of 1990s.
Her first serious works dates back to 2000 when she designed costume for Alexey Uchitel’s film The Diary of his Wife. For this work Elena was nominate for Nika award. She also participated as costume designer in the projects of Renata Litivinova: No Death for Me, Fast Train from Berlin, The sky The Plane The Girl; of Vera Storozhevaya: the Walk, Space as Anticipation; of Alexey Uchitel: 20 Cigarettes, of A. Gornovsky (costumes for Galina Tyunina). She designed costumes for such theatre plays as Danae by M.Vodzumi, Wusters’ Family Honor by V. Sarkisov and Postman Always Rings Twice by A. Marina.
In 2001 Elena Souproun collection was displayed during the Week of Russian Culture in Paris in the Palace of Fontainebleau (France). The same year collection of Elena Souproun was presented in New York (USA) during the Week of Russian Contemporary Culture.
Presently Elena Souproun is one of the most famous Russian designers with the unique, genuine and recognizable style.
Today Elena Suprun is one of the most famous designers of Russia with a unique, recognizable style.