Vilshenko Clothing For Women
Russian designer Olga Vilshenko hasn't showcased her pieces in a runway show or even a formal presentation, yet she's managed to win over some of fashion's biggest influencers - Alexa Chung and Florence Welch were some of the first names to wear her clothes. The butterfly and bird pattern on this 'Claudine' dress is modeled after artist Michelle Morin's paintings that depict the beauty of nature. It's cut from fluid crepe de chine in a wrap silhouette that will flatter every shape.
The print on Vilshenko's 'Madeline' gown depicts faded butterflies – a motif inspired by artist Michelle Morin's wildlife paintings. Cut from crinkled silk-chiffon that's lined through the body, it has cutouts at the shoulders framed by pretty ruffles. Let the billowing hem gently sweep the floor by styling yours with sandals.
Vilshenko's 'Maisie' blouse is embroidered with black swallows at the fluted cuffs to resemble Michelle Morin's paintings of British wildlife. This piece is cut from soft cotton-blend in a loose silhouette that looks great tucked into shorts or tailored pants. We suggest leaving the keyhole neckline unfastened for a relaxed feel.
Vilshenko's Resort '18 collection is inspired by Michelle Morin's paintings that depict the wildlife and nature of her hometown in New Hampshire. Drawing on the texture and plants in the artist's work, this cold-shoulder 'Alisanna' gown is cut from weightless silk-chiffon with a crinkled finish and printed with burgundy and pink blooms. We love how the ruffled tiers move beautifully as you move.
Russian-born designer Olga Vilshenko's folk-inspired dresses are favorites of some of the most fashionable women including Alexa Chung and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Made from fluid silk-satin that's printed with a whimsical floral pattern, this 'Evie' midi style has billowy sleeves and an inverted front pleat for added movement. Complement the fresh coral and light-blue hues with gold jewelry.
Vilshenko's Resort '18 collection is inspired by artist Michelle Morin's whimsical paintings of plants, wildlife and their habitats. Cut from crisp white cotton, this dress is detailed with folksy embroidery in burgundy and pink hues. We think it's perfect with a bamboo or straw bag on sun-soaked getaways.
Olga Vilshenko learned the art of dressmaking when growing up in Russia, and created her first dress aged just 13 - it's no surprise she knows how to design one that fits perfectly. This 'Adeline' style is made from a striped cotton and silk-blend that's decorated with pretty ruffles and embroidered florals.
For Resort '18, Olga Vilshenko looks to artist Michelle Morin's watercolor paintings that depict nature's connection between land and sea. Decorated with the motif of a bird in flight, this 'Alannah' dress is cut from fluid black silk-satin. It has elegant bracelet sleeves and a drawstring waist to temper the loose fit.
Olga Vilshenko takes inspiration from artist Michelle Morin for Resort '18, whose paintings depict the beauty and complexity of nature. Made in England from silk crepe de chine, this 'Maddison' midi dress is beautifully decorated with floral motifs that look like the work of an illustrator's hand. Feminine ruffles define its loose, breezy shape.
Olga Vilshenko's love of fashion began when her mother started working as a seamstress and would create beautifully intricate dresses at home – her heritage plays a huge part in each collection. For Spring '18, the designer references the opulent era of Russian empress Catherine the Great who had a fondness for lavish clothing and exquisite artwork. Cut from airy broderie anglaise cotton-blend and printed with pink water lilies, this midi piece has button fastenings through the front and falls to the mid calf.
The starting point for Olga Vilshenko's Spring '18 offering was an 18th century embroidered tablecloth she found in a St. Petersburg flea market - the inspiration can be seen in the fluid shapes, pretty florals and delicate fabrics that feature throughout the collection. This 'Eloise' dress is printed with pink water lilies and has knife pleats at the sleeves and along the skirt. The thigh splits and keyhole neckline keep the maxi length from feeling too modest.
Intricate folk-inspired embroidery is one of Olga Vilshenko's signatures, and for Resort '18 she draws inspiration from Michelle Morin's watercolor paintings to create the pretty floral motifs on this 'Darcel' dress. Cut from wispy cotton-voile and lined for coverage, it has bracelet sleeves and an elegant midi length, making it perfect for garden parties and countryside weddings.
Olga Vilshenko's heritage has a significant role to play in each of her collections – her mother was once a seamstress and would craft beautiful pieces from their family home in Russia. Part of the Spring '18 collection, this tonal-pink 'Regina' dress has been made in the UK from silk crepe de chine dip-dyed to create a cool dégradé effect. It's also printed with a pattern of Japanese pagodas and cherry blossoms.
Olga Vilshenko has such a talent for making demure silhouettes feel really fresh and modern. Cut from soft washed-silk, this 'Marie' blouse has a ruffled collar and shirred shoulders that accentuate the billowy, elbow-grazing sleeves. Wear yours tucked into cropped jeans.
Look charming and sophisticated in this Vilshenko Linea Bird mini dress, a dress that will stand out from the crowd with simple, flirty elegance. Intricate lace designs give a folkloric, handmade feel to this beautiful dress—so modern meets traditional in the best way. Fabric: Washed silk Mini dress cut Mock neck 3/4 sleeves Button keyhole at back Hidden zip at back Lined Shell: 100% silk Dry clean Imported, India
Vilshenko's white Greta dress is flawlessly feminine and flattering. It's exquisitely crafted in the UK from silk-jacquard printed with tonal-pink florals and finished with a V-neck that draws the eye down to the waist-whittling tiered panels. Keep your look fresh and delicate with softly hued accessories.
Vilshenko merges Western couture techniques with the Eastern details of the designer's native Russia to bring an added dimension to evening wear. A particularly elegant pick this nude-pink silk-chiffon Sabina gown is crafted in the UK with peony-printed fluted ruffles while an asymmetric neckline draws attention to the décolleté. Step into stiletto heels to elevate the floor-grazing hem.
These ivory Cecile trousers are in keeping with Vilshenko's effortless bohemian aesthetic. They're crafted from lightweight satin and patterned with a red striped-jacquard then cut to sit high on the waist with an elasticated waistband with a fluted top trim. The breezy wide legs are accentuated with gathered bell-style hems. Try yours with a structured blouse and sandals for understated luxury on vacation.
Creative director Olga Vilshenko borrows traditional embellishments from her native Russia to bring an artisanal flourish to her eponymous label. A fine example this white cotton-batiste Niamh blouse is shaped with oversized gathered cuffs and a keyhole slit at the neckline then hand embroidered with red and light-pink florals. Smooth leather accessories will strike a chic textural contrast.
Vilshenko's Resort 2018 collection sees the designer continue her skilful infusion of Eastern heritage with pieces such as this Auberta dress. It's crafted from white cotton-canvas with cues taken from traditional Russian tailoring such as the broderie-anglaise scallop-edged bib sleeves and hem. A drawstring tie gently defines the waist and it's finished with a subtly layered pleated skirt. Try it with slides and a cross-body for a demure vacation ensemble.
The languid silhouette and dramatic ruffles of Vilshenko's cornflower-blue silk-habotai Maddison dress offers a romantic translation of the founder's Russian heritage. It's made in the UK with a V-neck and cropped fluted sleeves before falling into a long skirt that is shaped with godet panels and a drawstring waist. Tease out the vibrant hues of the multicoloured floral print with a bright-red leather clutch.
Vilshenko's collections are instilled with a distinct folkloric vibe and the scattering of tonal-pink and yellow peonies on this black Orsha blouse is a subtle way to tap the look. It's crafted from a delicate textured cotton and silk blend and shaped with a stand collar refined ruffled tiers and elasticated cuffs. It will add a pretty accent to everyday jeans but try taking it into evening territory with similarly patterned trousers as per the label's Pre-AW17 presentation.
There's an understated sense of luxury to Vilshenko's pink wool and silk-blend Palasha dress. The bodice features a flattering V-neckline that' s accented with ruffles across the collar and shoulders while cream geometric lace splices the long sleeves and defines the cuffs - a subtle tribute to the designer's Russian heritage. Add plush velvet accessories for a decadent finishing touch.
Vilshenko's lilac Alisanna dress invites understated luxury to the eveningwear edit. It's crafted in the UK from diaphanous silk in a fresh floral print framed with delicate cut-out shoulders and ruffle-trimmed panels throughout the skirt for sartorial fluidity. Match it to a box clutch and sandals for a polished finish.
Olga Vilshenko takes inspiration from her Russian roots to produce her beautiful folkloric designs and this black Geneve dress is a charming example of her modern-meets-heritage aesthetic. It's decorated with pink and white floral embroidery across the mid-weight semi-sheer cotton construction and falls to the season's favoured midi length. Style it simply with sandals and a miniature bag.
This navy Adeline dress celebrates designer Olga Vilshenko's Russian roots and rich folkloric inspiration. Its fluid silhouette - structured in cotton-silk blend - is punctuated by floral embroidery to the bodice sleeves and hem and ruffle-trimmed seams at the elbow waistline and hem. Half-lined with voile for a subtle contrast match the poppy-red embroidery to heeled sandals in a coordinating shade.
Vilshenko is known for its folkloric details and ethereal shapes and this cream silk Amelie gown is a dreamy translation. It's patterned with illustrated florals in muted hues and contrasted with grey square-print accents that define the waist and edges. With lightly flared sleeves and a box-pleated skirt it's ideal for bohemian occasions - think summer weddings and evenings on vacation.
Vilshenko's folkloric sensibilities resonate in the silhouette and details of this Adeline dress. It's crafted from a delicate white striped cotton and silk-blend gauze with sweet floral embroidery enhancing the bodice blouson sleeves and gathered lower-skirt panel. Gentle ruffles define the round collar waistline and sleeves and it's half-lined with tonal cotton and silk-blend voile for an appealing contrast of opaque and transparent. Style it with wraparound sandals to enhance the artisanal ap
Vilshenko brings a folkloric flourish to classic silhouettes for SS17 as exemplified by this ivory Mariya gown. It's crafted in the UK from lightweight silk crepe de Chine with soft gathers across the shoulders and falls to an ankle-grazing length to fully showcase the colourful floral and paisley patchwork print. Elevate your profile with pin-thin heels.
Vilshenko's spirited aesthetic epitomises effortless day dressing with a modern twist. This Cassidy dress is crafted from cream silk-crepe patterned with a mint-green and multicoloured Moth print and cut to a slim-fitting silhouette with a round neck and bracelet-length sleeves both trimmed with an ivory crinkled-chiffon ruffle. Highlight the fluted dip hem with simple black leather slides.
It's the gold silk-blend lamé fabric that makes Vilshenko's demure Ivonne dress contemporary. It's crafted in the UK to a fit-and-flare shape that's patterned with painterly tonal-pink yellow and green florals and cut with partially-ruched three-quarter length sleeves and sharp pleats at the front. The magnolia silk body lining compliments the finish. Accent yours with jewel-hued accessories.
The delicate multicoloured floral embroidery that trims Vilshenko's black Roselyn cape brings a bohemian flourish to traditional tailoring. It's expertly crafted from wool-gabardine and is shaped to a stand-collar silhouette that drapes loosely over the frame. Wear it over sleek silhouettes for a feminine finish.
Tap Vilshenko's elegant and nomadic aesthetic by styling this cream linen Maggie dress with statement earrings and leather slides. It's shaped with cropped balloon sleeves that fall from dropped shoulder seams to elevate the relaxed composition then embroidered with multicoloured florals for a subtle folkloric flourish. Ensure a modern finish with a colour-pop bag - red would be particularly bold.
Vilshenko's Juliette dress perfectly epitomises the label's ability to fuse Eastern heritage and Western design. It's crafted in the UK from a peony-pink lightweight cotton and silk-blend that's detailed with floral crochet panels and cut for a slim fit through the bodice with a stand collar long sleeves with button-fastening cuffs and a flared hem with scalloped edges. Style yours simply with gold jewellery and a miniature basket bag.
Vilshenko's light-blue Elishia mid-length dress is an ethereal blend of Eastern heritage and contemporary design. It's crafted from silk and embroidered with floral patterns at the bodice sleeves and through the hem. The loose-fitting style is cut with a graceful V-neck and is defined at the waist with drawstring ties. Style it with a woven bag and colourful slides to tease out the brighter tones.
Vilshenko's typically folkloric cream floral-print Petra dress is tinged with drama - note the contrasting black polka-dot lace insert and ruffle trim at the yoke and the matching fluted cuffs. The ornate pattern is tempered with touches of pink and yellow while the fitted bodice balances perfectly with the loose skirt and generous gathered hem. Sleek black accessories will elevate it for the evening.
For occasionwear which is glamorous and delicate in equal measures look to Vilshenko's floaty Christelle dress. Made in the UK the lightweight silk-chiffon is printed with muted blue red and yellow florals and cascades from one shoulder to a singular long sleeve and tiered skirt. Complete the look with glinting hoop earrings and an elegant clutch.
Blue purple and yellow florals lend a subtle note of romance to Vilshenko's peony-pink linen Maggie dress nodding to the label's Russian heritage. It's shaped for a relaxed fit with cropped balloon sleeves and an elasticated drawstring waist falling loosely over the body into a long skirt lined with a coordinating cotton and silk-blend. Anchor it for a lunch date with a leather bracelet-bag and coordinating slides.
Vilshenko's beige silk crepe de Chine Kateryna dress is a beautiful bohemian style that falls softly over the frame to land above the ankles. The tonal-pink green and cream Peony print ruffled V-neck and long bell sleeves cement the folkloric vibes. Style it for daytime with lace-up boots adjusting the fit at the self-tie drawstring waist.
Russian designer Olga Vilshenko references artist Michelle Morin for Resort 2018 resulting in ethereal pieces such as this Cara dress. It's constructed from lightweight beige silk-chiffon with the high neck and slightly fluted ankle-length skirt creating an elongated silhouette. The floral embroidery travels down the front back and sleeves while ruffles at the collar and cuffs add to the whimsical style. Keep the mood romantic with gilded accents.