Fashion Designer, Ulyana Sergeenko

Ulyana Sergeenko, the Red Queen...

 Ulyana Sergeenko

Early Life of the designer Ulyana Sergeenko

Ulyana Sergeenko was born in a poverty-stricken town called Kazakhstan. She then moved with her parents to Saint Petersburg for a better life. From an early age, Ulyana Sergeenko designed her own clothes. In her childhood school she was already known as the IT girl. She was good at finding a unique and creative way to spice up the dull school uniform. She reported that the hot topic of the entire school was when she wore a dress with pants. She was featured in a school newspaper for coming up with a different style. She says that she got motivation to pursue her dream job from the complimentary attention she attracted. Ulyana Sergeenko finished her Philology Studies at Saint Petersburg. She became a model and worked as a photographer for many magazines. She is well known for being a photographer, stylist, blogger, occasional model and a fashion designer. The 32 year old is fascinated by designing and creativity.

The Designer’s Trademark

Ulyana Sergeenk’s collections mix traditional Russian power with modern style. She finds her inspiration from taking renowned fashion clothes and combining them with Russian aspects. She puts together patterns and fabrics in an elegant way. Ulyana Sergeenko won ‘The Look of the Year at Style.com’. She recently launched her own label known as  debut Fall or Winter 2011 collection. She has dressed  BIG celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Chrissy Teigen. All her designs are based on being modern and trendy.

The designer's dresses

The Designer’s Present Day

Ulyana Sergeenko’s newest collection includes striking and unexpected silhouettes. Ulyana Sergeenko took the concepts of wrapping oneself in something cozy, reflected with structured vs flowing silhouettes. She details it with decorative details such as draping and pleating. And add spots of red adds warmth where needed.

The designer's collection

 

 

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