Fyodor Golan Autumn (Fall) / Winter 2013

After witnessing their magnificent fall / winter 2013 runway presentation, few would have guessed that it was only last year when designer duo Fyodor Golan debuted a very first collection during London fashion week (LFW). Twelve months later, Fyodor Podgorny and Golan Frydman reveled yet another extraordinary line up, one that felt utterly accomplished, dramatic and exuding of avant-garde influences. Inspired by Luis Bunuel’s 1967 cult film Belle De Jour, starring actress Catherine Deneuve, the sensual collection is best described as a coming-of-age story, infused with plenty of femininity and seductiveness.

Following closely on the organic and psychological transformation themes, Fyodor Golan filled the runway with ethereal garments covered in delicate hand drawn prints and 3 dimensional hand embroideries. Surrealism made for a remarkable moment as it came barring an intriguingly large masks, decorated as to match an equally striking cocktail dress. Wide black chokers accompanied the majority of the looks contrasting with the sheer quality of the collection. Oversized lapels on jackets, playful folds on sharp silhouettes and the most exquisite explorations of fabric made it so that no one would ever want to miss on a Fyodor Golan show from now on.

You can see all of the Fyodor Golan autumn (fall) / winter 2013 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.

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