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  • NYFW 2019
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    Evguenia Keyserman

NYFW 2019

          

     The coldest and the shortest month of the year always manages to bring a fun crowd of very fashionable people, lots of parties and excitement to New York City. This year wasn't an exception. 

     For us, fashion week is all about what people are saying to one another and about seeing the world through their style.

                             

"Toscana"collection was inspired from a personal chapter of mine of a journey taken last Summer. It represents the feeling of freedom, lightness and ongoing sensation of curiosity when traveling through unknown places and exploring different cultures.

We develop everything in-house and all of our pieces are made out of brass and plated with 14k gold to portray the reflection of the sun.   

The shapes are derived from nature and processed through a personal lens of architecture and geometry in order to create identities for each piece. I believe this is where minimalist-meets-futuristic and creates signature looks.

By collaborating with German clothing brand Halstenbach for the show, we envisioned contrasting luxurious cashmere pieces with our statement abstract shapes together. Our favorite look of this season was the pink organza coat with Dangling Mountain choker that was designed exclusively for the runway to create a bold confident yet wearable look. The other look we loved was the short turtleneck dress with the set of 3-Mismatched rings and 3-tier earrings.

                              

The Modern Tales girls will soon be able to enjoy pairing our statement pieces in different ways as all the pieces from Toscana collection will be soon available on themoderntales.com

  

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    Evguenia Keyserman

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