As part of the Moscow Fashion Week, which took place for the first time on such a united scale, the designer Victoria Andreyanova presented the collection next summer. The energy of the show was achieved by a combination of location – Kitaigorod wall – and the concept. The collection of the House of Victoria Andreyanova SS 23 was created in collaboration with the largest in Russia production of traditional cottons with a 200-year history – Shuya chintz.
Preservation of folk crafts as a cultural phenomenon, careful attitude to the heritage entrusted to us and its qualitative transformation on a new round of design trends is not only an aesthetic mission, but also an emotional one. The collection used prints from the assortment cabinet of the factory. The silhouettes of the collection are characterized by oversize, architectural forms and layering, which are characteristic of the brand’s style.
“Victoria Andreyanova is Scottish mohair, Italian silk, and now Russian chintz.”