From medieval squire, to ultrachic evening wear, to strapless party dresses, the Di Yusupoff collection that was displayed during The Nolcha Shows, was broad, but complete. With aclearly an Asian flair, with the fabric that is interwoven onto itself. Lace outfit tops with the floor length tulle skirts. Shimmering layered jackets, with regal pattern pants. Black checkered ceremonial type overcoats, with stiffened collars and high splits. Formfitting asymmetric cocktail outfits and mopping dresses, with sheer sleeves. But what still out more than anything else, was the satin shirt with the ankle length chiffon train, covered in white feathers. Di Yusupoff outdid themselves with one. The way that it flowed from the top, all the way down to how the train was just light enough to float behind the model.Their clothing was very imaginative, but very stylish to boot.
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