Ulyana Sergeenko is from Russia, a nation fraught with unforgettable histories and times – take the 1917 Revolution and the Soviet era – and so naturally, she draws inspiration from the deep richness of tradition that bounds her homeland especially the porcelain sets that are synonymous to a Russian tea party.
We saw porcelain inspired clothes – in white and black dominated hues with occasional blues, blush and a bold fiery red- a handpick of floral embellishments along dainty hems and bustier. Porcelain like structured sleeves and voluminous skirts – really, it was everywhere and one couldn’t help but think of garden tea parties.
Oh there were the hats, perfect of course for tea, but also bridal like (perhaps as a guest) or maybe a simple approach to the usually elaborate hats found at the Royal Ascot.
Take a look.
Images – Harpers Bazaar