From Milan to Moscow. Julia Dalakian' new collection

Visitors of Milan Fashion Week were able to watch the premiere show of Julia Dalakian' fall-winter collection. And very soon on April 1, at 21:00 guests of Moscow's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia will get an opportunity to see Julia's new works.

Visitors of Milan Fashion Week were able to watch the premiere show of Julia Dalakian' fall-winter collection. And very soon on April 1, at 21:00 guests of Moscow's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia will get an opportunity to see Julia's new works.

Style of Julia Dalakian Fashion House distinguishes itself with traditional research and analytic work on complicated constructions of sculptural fashion and unique décor. Architectural clothes design accompanied by harmony of texture and colour provides an opportunity to create a harsh but at the same time not aggressive style on the one hand, and feminine but far from being revealing on the other.

Deep colours, expressive textures, unusual silhouettes and complicated décor in a form of designer’s silk velvet applications together with gold dust crepes allow of regarding every image as a medieval portrait paying attention to the clear outlines, range of colours and ability to express the depth.

The collection’s main colours are: Burgundy wine, graphite, dark sapphire, cognac, dark chocolate, black pitch and purple. Almost all the clothes to be presented are natural: silk crepe and velvet, wool and natural skin. Synthetics are only added to elastic jersey and goffered net.

The collection is addressed to intellectuals who appreciate designers’ creativity that emphasizes individuality but avoids being loud and flashy. Each collection's group has its own features:

coats and suits with originally cut sleeves and accent on of shoulder, jackets and dresses of natural skin made in color blocking concept, suits and dresses with pronounced texture of goffered semitransparent materials combined with natural skin, suit wool and silk stockinet, and cocktail dresses of silk stockinet.

Fall winter 2013/2014 collection has a few sources of inspiration. Its image just as mosaic is reproduced from details of Renaissance portraits and Flemish painting. It goes along with ornamental elements of 1920s Cartier jewelry art that combines gems with transparent rock crystal plates, Rene Lalique mold-blown glassware. That is why this multifarious image collected from small pieces unites past, present and future.