Those timeless adventures of Sinbad, Aladdin, and told by the clever Sheherazade. When outfitting four members of a group (like a sixties era rock group), each has different desires for their showy, yet easy to complete, outfits.Travel on this magic carpet ride that imagines there is a rock band that decides to bring and Arabian fantasy to the stage, you are part of the band! …You might need something along the lines of a thousand and one fantasy stories to create looks to make everyone happy.
Designers are turning heads with their modern shapes and colorful embroidery, while keeping alive the spirit of the country’s traditional clothing.
And one designer currently entertaining us with her captivating yet simple garments is the Russian-born, London-based Olga Vilshenko.
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I grew up watching her work constantly and learning how to sew from her,” she said.
While she was lucky to have this firsthand experience of how garments are made, Vilshenko knew deep down that she needed to study fashion in depth if she wanted to make it her career.
Arabian Princess Scheherazade look or a troup of backup dancers, the Middle Eastern Harem yields a bevy of outfit designs and colors.
The spooky one and the clown both ought to express themselves.
This realization led her to study at the Institute of Fashion and Art in Russia, and then, to hone her skills and knowledge, she went one step further at the Istituto Marangoni fashion school in London. “Now I had the tools I needed to make my mark in the world of fashion so I made my debut with the spring/summer collection in 2011,” said Vilshenko.