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Alena Akhmadullina Created the Interior Design for the Repa Restaurant
August 1, 2016 13:11


(Source: http://www.alenaakhmadullina.com/news)

The Repa restaurant opened in Saint-Petersburg. The design of the restaurant was created by Alena Akhmadullina with the main idea of matching the North minimalism and theatrical fairy stylistics, Concrete loft walls are covered with the paintings inspired by Andrey Remnev's works.

The elements of the paintings continue in the form of emroideries on the covering of the chairs.

Alena Akhmadulina (real surname – Asfirova) was born on June 5, 1978 in Sosnovy Bor, Russia. She received her professional education at St. Petersburg State University of Technology and Design at the faculty of fashion design and technology. For the first time Alena Akhmadulina presented her collection at Paris Fashion Week in autumn 2005. Akhmadullina’s Fall-Winter/2007-2008 collection was made using the elements of sportswear. In 2008, in honor of the 10th anniversary of "Voque" magazine, Alena Ahmadulina along with such designers as Ralph Lauren, Antonio Marras, Paul Smith, Oscar de la Renta, Marc Jacobs and others created the design of matryoshca doll. Besides that, the same year "Concept Store Alena Akhmadullina" opened in Moscow.

Alena Akhmadullina has founded her company in 2001 just after graduation from the university. In more than 10 years Alena Akhmadullina fashion brand and its founder have become one of the most unique examples in Russian fashion. Creating collection in the concept of Russian fairytales Alena gives modern women an opportunity to bring a little bit of dream and fairytale to their lives. Signature prints and unique silhouettes of Alena Akhmadullina creations are very popular among Russian social elite and celebrities in Europe. Eva Green, Naomi Campbell, Ksenia Sobchak, Zemfira, Elena Perminova, Ravshana Kurkova are just few among the long list of celebrities and it-girls who choose to appear in public in Alena’s dresses. Thanks to her talent and vision Alena Akhmadullina is herself an example of fashionista for many women and was awarded for her creative success by Russian press several times. Among Alena Akhmadullina’s clients there are stage stars and popular TV people, people of the world and representatives of business elite.

A wardrobe from Alena Akhmadullina is a combination of Russian audacity and Paris sense of style. It is an independently bold but womanly seductive image. Alena Akhmadullina brand was created for those, who achieve a lot but want to keep their identity. Alena Akhmadullina’s models are always on the pages of fashion magazines, always on the must have charts of the season as an individual formula of success.
 
 
 



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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