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Valentin Yudashkin Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection

Written by Aini

Perfect women have exceptional sense of style is the real inspiration of Valentin Yudashkin spring 2018 Ready-to-wear collection that make big wow at the runways. Fabulous coloring, lively prints and flowing fabrics represented in extremely stunning balance.

Kazimir Malevich’s, Russian Painter, art work motivates designer for fab-chic collections designing. This time Valentin Yudashkin takes break from black and play with peaceful white, zingy orange, Sunflower yellow, and parchment hue for flowy and flattering silhouettes line-up.

Geometric-chic details:

Geometric shaped in combinations and multicolor reflects sizzling charm similar to Malevich’s sportsman. Graphical prints, in mixture of geometric shapes, and strips consider central stage of Valentin Yudashkin 2018 spring collections.

White perfecto with skirt:

Valentin Yudashkin shows open in modernity chic white ensemble including drop shoulder cropped perfecto jacket, bold belt and mini A-line skirt. Simple and sleek hairstyle, white top-handle handbag, funky round sunglasses and colorful flatform slipper are playful details amp up signature look.

Wrap skirt and mini blouse:

Fabric and braided strips embellishment on multiple silhouettes are also look so appealing as well as color combinations. Bright yellow strapless bustier with fringe waits A-line skirt unleashes sunkissed style for gorgeous ladies who no hesitate in showing off skin. Strappy shoulder jumper looks nice on smart figure body.

Stylish blouse and roomy pant:

Simplicity is basic of Valentin Yudashkin 2018 spring runway collection yet we also find sophistication, drama. Here is Valentin Yudashkin runway mirror reflection of the looks unveiled many season ago. Khaki wide-leg pant reveal signature elegance with white blouse, featured fold over neckline, topping and wide brim floppy hat exquisite.

Shirt dress with floppy hat:

Flattering and flirtation look garbs into Russian-chic full length button front shirt, yellowish tie belt and statement hat. Cargo-like pockets has true attraction.

Elegant jumpsuit:

Valentin Yudashkin runway brightens up with variety of color and style. Safari-parka combo jackets, shirt dress, stylish blouses, flattering gown, roomy trousers. A-line skirt and jumpsuit are in magnificent styles.

Stretch-book sheet dress:

Kazimir Malevich “Woman with Rake” self-portrait is another painting make designer much more impressed. Square shaped appliqué on sheet dress showoff designer statement craftsmanship.

Wrap coats in midi length:

Safari and parka hybrid crisp coat is impeccable addition in Valentin Yudashkin runway collection once again introduced front row audience with last season signature elegance.

Bright yellow silhouettes:

Warmth summer palette, yellow, richly spotted at the ram. Organza made long gown, strapless crop bustier blouse, and wrap A-line mini skirt and coat are here to permit flashy style during spring/summer times.

Elegant sport wears:

Sporty-chic and work- out attire involvement proved that designer collection meet with all aspects of life. Collections have complete capsule for routine to formal party-wear attires. Drawstring trouser with cropped blouses, shirt mini dress in white, parchment tuxedo suit, skater skirt with cropped per perfecto each and every silhouette make stylish women familiar with newest elegance

Multi-color ensembles:

Multicolor dress in graphical, geometric and strips prints catch eyes. Off-the-shoulder blouse with red skirt, stripped Bardot neck flow dress, pointy color dresses and polo shirt are in vivid color like Teal, red, green, blue and black.

Gorgeous partywear:

Red, orange and white combinations catch audience attention. Intricate cinched and cut-out featuring hoodie gown, illusion neck gowns, voluminous skirt ball gown, one shoulder Bodycon and white midi dress are drop-dead gorgeous silhouettes to line-up dazzling 2018 spring/summer collection.


Valentin Yudashkin Fashion Show, Ready to Wear Collection Spring Summer 2018 in Paris

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