Couture Designer Valentin Yudashkin Inspired by Modernism for Spring 2018

The world has been familiar with Russian couture designer Valentin Yudashkin since the 1990s, when Russian fashion entered the world stage. But what interested fans this season was his inspiration pulled from the Russian artist, Kazimir Malevich, the true father of the modern movement "Suprematism," which brought us the minimalist geometric shapes in colors such as black, white, yellow, orange and green, long before Kandinsky and Mondrian. In fact, Malevich's work has recently been seen in the world's most influential museums and auction houses. The time has come for this unique Russian artist to step out of the shadows, and Yudashkin has rightfully brought this artist into the light to inspire his Spring 2018 collection.

Pikke Allen

Pikke Allen is a Writer and Principal Consultant for her own Content & Branding Atelier. Her passion for all things French is a tribute to her dad, a French teacher and devoted Francophile. She grew up on the left bank in Paris during one of the most fruitful periods in art, fashion and culture in the 1970s. Pikke has been published on a variety of travel platforms including 'Girls Guide to Paris'...(Read More)

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