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Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko is under fire for a note she sent to Miroslava Duma.
Because it's actually summer now. Get it?
Your holiday dressing inspiration, right this way.
Plus the rest of the week's best dressed (outside of Paris).
Both the front rows and the red carpet had some fun in the styling department.
Both viable ways to approach unbearably hot weather.
From "Prettiest Overall" to "Best Bedazzled Lower Leg."
Cecil Beaton’s off-the-shoulder gown -- worn in "My Fair Lady" -- may have inspired a black satin dress that appeared in the Spring/Summer 2014 collection of Ulyana Sergeenko, the Russian couture patron cum couture designer.
Next stop: old-world glamour!
You'd think that fashion's well-heeled jet set might have had an outfit repeat or two at Milan Fashion Week, after kicking off fashion month with over a week of parties and shows in New York, and then flying off to London... but non! From the outfits, to the handbags, to the shoes--it just kept coming. Here are 25 of Milan's best off-the-runway looks.
If Cannes has the most glamorous red carpet of the year, then the AmFar Gala, held annually during the film festival, is the ultra-ultra glam cherry
One of Russia’s favorite it-girls, loved by street style photographers for her Anna Karenina-inspired style, Sergeenko launched her couture line last season. The result was a nostalgic yet coherent collection. This season, she continued to experiment with traditional Russian imagery, and decided to merge the Soviet fairy tale illustrations of her childhood with Civil War era Americana--specifically in homage to Gone with the Wind. Click through to see the full collection.
Over the last few seasons, you might have noticed that the well-trained eyes of street style photogs like Tommy Ton, Phil Oh, and Nam of StreetFSN have focused on a bevy of Russian beauties. Their dramatic style is just as eye-catching as their names are hard to pronounce. We're talking about Miroslava Duma, Elena Perminova, Anya Ziourova, Ulyana Sergeenko, and Vika Gazinskaya. Not familiar? Let us break it down for you.