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Natasha Pavluchenko Show – NEO Couture fall/winter 2013/2014 on AltaRomAltaModa

Rewarded with rousing applause, enthusiastically received NEO Couture collection opened the fashion designer way to the hearts of critics and personages of Italian and French fashion world. Natasha Pavluchenko, many times compared to Balenciaga or Fendi, was announced “the Discovery of Rome”.

Contrasts, unusual, sophisticated form, minimalist elegance and tailor’s artistry – this is the designer’s first AltaModa show.

The catwalk was taken over by an army of liberated women, dressed in black, white and beige – Natasha Pavluchenko was inspired by an image of a woman-knight. The collection NEO Couture fall/winter 2013/2014 presents over 20full-dress models, which perfectly reflected the designer’s style which is characterized by flawless line, exquisite form, and highest quality workmanship with care for the smallest detail.

Unusually long and elegant dresses by Natasha Pavluchenko are characterized by monumental form and undisturbed architectural cut – everything due to the reduction of colours in favour of form. The collection is modern, full of contrasts and tensions. Thanks to a very careful choice of colours and fabrics there is a sense of undisturbed harmony in this simplicity.

Natasha Pavluchenko presented for the first time an innovative technology that she used in creation of the models. She shapes the form of clothes from one piece of material without any cuts.

The success that Natasha Pavluchenko achieved in Rome motivates her to take up new professional challenges and conquer the European fashion world. Natasha Pavluchenko will be a special guest during the fashion show of young Polish fashion designers in Milan in June 2013.

Special thanks to the main sponsor of the collection – LOYD, and the patron – the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Rome.

Thanks to the other sponsors: L’Oreal Paris, MKCBeautyAcademy, Steering Media, Choreograffiti, and AltaRomAltaModa.

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