Exactly one year ago Natasha Pavluchenko received the GentleWoman Pearl in the “Fashion and Style” category, and the successes for her brand continue to mount. Today we follow her preparations for her show in Monte Carlo during this year’s Monte Carlo Fashion Week. Natasha’s gown was worn by Miss Poland Izabella Krzan at the past Miss Universe pageant, and her 2018 haute couture collection is winning critical acclaim around the world.
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Monte Carlo catwalk
Natasha Pavluchenko’s latest haute couture collection “Neo Victorian” 2017/18 was presented on Saturday 03/06/2017. As part of the ongoing Monte Carlo Fashion Week. The designer was invited as a special guest. The fashion fest showcased 30 designers from around the world. The event was inaugurated with a dinner held on the palace hill in the elegant Oceanographic Museum building.
The designer was among celebrities from the worlds of fashion, business and art; appearances included Naomi Campbell, Chiara Boni, artist Aleksande Beridze and Princess Charlene, whose foundation patronizes the entire event. Several gowns from the latest collection premiered at a presentation at Galerie Lafayette during the Cannes Film Festival. Thus, the designer wants to “settle” on the Côte d’Azur for a longer period of time.
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On the runway, the designer presented 15 silhouettes. For her latest “Neo Victorian” collection, Natasha draws on historical motifs. It combines classic and modern in one. The theme that inspired the designer to create the collection became Victorian style and the 1920s. Traditional tailoring, the use of hand-embroidered appliqués and the Swarovski crystals used, the designer combined with a specially developed proprietary cutting technology.
Evening gowns made of lace and intricate fabrics from the Parisian factory contrast with elegant daytime looks, which can be freely combined. For the color scheme, the designer goes for the timeless black, gold and white. The shiny materials used and the tassels, which glamorously shimmer in the light, give the clothes a refined tone. Long dresses also include jackets, skirts and midi length dresses. The whole was complemented by Primamoda’s shoe collection.