The show of the first author’s clothing collection by Olga Leffers, an art critic, fashion historian and owner of the vintage jewelry boutique gallery VintageDream took place on November 17 in Moscow. 29 original images inspired by the works of Yves Saint Laurent and Sergei Diaghilev formed the basis of a new brand of the same name – the LEFFERS brand.
“My first collection is an homage to the work of Yves Saint Laurent and Sergei Diaghilev,” Olga Leffers admits. “I was inspired by the themes of Harlequin and Petrushka, Diaghilev’s ballets, bright, open colors and non–trivial combinations. The collection presents both dynamic, non-restraining casual style items – leggings, bodysuits, bombers, and a business and evening group.”
Creating her own clothing line is a new and quite logical stage of development for Olga Leffers. For more than 20 years, she has been passionately collecting unique garments, jewelry and accessories, among which you can find lifetime products of Chanel, YSL, Dior and other world-famous couturiers. Olga has about a dozen curatorial and exhibition projects behind her, deep immersion in the history of fashion, vast experience and observation, understanding of trends – all this helped the debutant in the fashion world to create a fairly mature and complete collection.
The DNA of the brand is directly related to Olga and how she feels fashion and trends, a combination of trendy things, classics and vintage. Bohemian chic, elegance, individuality, brightness and attention to every detail – combine and create the LEFFERS brand.The diversity of things surprises the imagination – transparent blouses, dresses, tops, shorts and skirts made of organza allow you to create complex multi-layered images, shorts, trousers, crop tops, vests, jackets and raincoats made of costume fabric in bright colors will help create a business and bright image of a modern dynamic businesswoman, classic long dresses with interesting details in the form of cords and tassels are complemented by puffed jackets of the same color.