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Baba Vava’s Dymochka

Fashion | June 22, 2015 |

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Baba Vava’s Dymochka

The main theme of the collection “Dymocka” is the traditional Dymkovo toy, its historical forms and decorative ornaments.

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The collection features simple shapes: an oval, a cone, a rectangle; fabric patterns – lines and checquers. Basic colour scheme of the collection – clay and colors applied onto a clay surface. Beauty and plasticity of clay…

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About the artist: She graduated in 2012 Ivanovo State Textile Academy. Specialty – designer stylist. Specialization – the development of a pattern of fabric for clothing. Barbara Vasileva designer of clothes and she created patterns for tissue. Graduated in 2012 Ivanovo State Textile Academy, Russia, Ivanovo city.

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Her work is based on the design pattern of the fabric. Print and pattern create form and composition of costume in its collections. Barbara uses authentic Russian patterns. By creating collection she always try to talk an important story or themes for people.

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