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 Yanina  Vekhteva


Born:   October 28, 1982

Fashion Designer

      

Yanina Vekhteva is the Russian pret-a-porter female wear brand, which is distinguished by minimalist rigor, architectural cuts and an emphasis on dresses. 

The girl in a dress from Yanina Vekhteva can be recognized immediately by the original, but at the same time, simple and concise cut. Clear lines, discreet fabrics - all this allows a woman to feel herself as comfortable as possible in the cit, and at the same time attract the views of others. 

One of the main factors in the creation of her clothes Yanina calls the client's desire to wear it. Devotion to work is reflected in the main principle of the designer - the high quality of the things created by her. Maximum natural fabrics make it possible to create feminine aerial images, and this is another point to which Yanina is striving.

If you avoid congestion in your image, and prefer fashionable minimalism, the clothes from Yanina Vekhteva will undoubtedly interest you. Natural fabrics, minimum prints and decor elements - that's what distinguishes the designer's collection from competitors. Many models have a fairly loose cut, which will be a godsend for the owners of imperfect figures. The collection of Janina Vekhteva is represented by a variety of dresses, suits, skirts and trousers. Wardrobe of any fashionista will be replenished and all sorts of original quilted coats on a colorful lining.


2008 — launch of the first collection;

2010 — Yanina Vekhteva receives the grant to participate in Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and becomes a permanent member;

2013 — Yanina Vekhteva is published in the art-album Fashion in Sketches together with Denis Simachev, Alena Akhmadullina, Igor Chapurin and other top designers.

Yanina Vekhteva is the combination of practical shapes and contemporary feminine content.


Tags: Fashion Designer Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia    








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