[ ジーンズ ] – JEANS

18.07.2017 — by VD


Have you ever thought about jeans? Who created them? What's favorite Maryana's pair of jeans? Let's get to know with jeans more!

ジーンズ – JEANS.

Jeans were invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873. They were named after the city of Genoa in Italy, a place where cotton corduroy, called either jean or jeane, was manufactured. In 1853 he heard about Gold Rush in the West so moved to San Francisco to establish Western Branch of the family dry goods business. One of his customers was Jacob W. Davis, a tailor from Reno, Nevada. Davis made functional items such as tents, horse blankets, and wagon covers. One day, the customer ordered a pair of sturdy pants that could withstand hard work. He made them from denim that he bought from Levi Strauss & Co and made them stronger by placing copper rivets at the places pants rip the most: pockets and flies. When he wanted to patent them, he wrote to Levi Strauss, and they became partners. They opened a bigger factory, and that is how jeans were born.history-of-denim22f39b3ccaedcbcd192a55fcfa49b399bJeans had rises and falls in the fashion industry and their big rise happened in 70’s. That decade symbolized the time of happiness and freedom in the world. People wanted to live in peace and wear jeans. Since 70’s jeans have been traveling all over the world and taking over the trends in different countries. In middle 90’s jeans were popular again, top models wore them with black little tops or logo t-shirts. 2000’s were famous glamorous dresses and shiny combinations – jeans were combining very well with little topes with rhinestones.

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Maryana Ro prefers to wear Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and DsQuared jeans. “Outfit should be trendy and comfortable, that’s why I love wearing jeans. For night outs I prefer Calvins and for traveling I can choose TopShop lines. Both brands match my aesthetics.” – says Maryana.

Outfit should be trendy and comfortable, that’s why I love wearing jeans. For night outs I prefer Calvins and for traveling I can choose TopShop lines. Both brands match my aesthetics. 

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Japanese fashion matches with denim jeans aesthetics in 9/10 times. You can see so many Japanese fashionistas wearing hand-made jeans and customized models.




Fendi HC AW 17/18

11.07.2017 — by VD


Karl Lagerfeld presented a new Couture Fendi collection. What is the biggest highlight in the collection?

Fendi is a big influential brand, which Inspires a lot of people all over the world with its character and style. That was the third Haute Couture fashion show of the brand. Bright colours, florals and the feeling of oil paintings. Fendi is romantic and trendy again!

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In a memory of Ilya Glazunov

11.07.2017 — by VD


In a memory of Ilya Glazunov.

In a memory of Ilya Glazunov our team wants to share with you our favorite masterpieces of the great Russian painter. He was one from thousands. He was never afraid of the government and his life was very hard. He showed his emotions and feelings trough his paintings. Each of them touches hearts. We do not have a lot of words to say, how important this person is to the Russian culture. In a memory of Ilya Glazunov, the great inspiration and a free soul.

Central portion of the Triptych.
1983. Oil on canvas. 123 х 200.
Triptych Legend of the Grand Inquisitor.
Illustrations for F. Dostoyevsky’s novel
“The Brothers Karamazov.”


Our St.-Petersburg. Memories of the Wife.
1994. Oil on canvas.


Ilya Glazunov. In a collective-farm warehouse.
1986. Oil on canvas.


Ilya Glazunov. Farewell.
1986. Oil on canvas. 270×480.


Ilya Glazunov. The Market of our Democracy.
1999. Oil on canvas. 300 х 600.


lya Glazunov. Wave.


Christ and Antichrist  

1999 year

Oil on canvas, acrylic. 112,5×139,5



1966 year

Oil on canvas. 149×99



1982 year

Set design for ballet of A. Khachaturian “Masquerade”
Oil on cardboard. 60×90


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