Inspiration: Russia


1) Carmen Kass by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue China, December 2005; 2) Russian Wooden House; 3) Peterhof Place in Saint Petersburg, Russia; 4) Anna Selezneva by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Russia, October 2012; 5) Mary Magdalena by Julia Javel. Style by Diane Cabasse and Tara Ziegfeld; 6) Russian Doll Ring by Noir NYC; 7) Susanne Bisovsky / Innocentia / Everlasting Collection / Editorial photography for nevertheless magazine; 8) Traditional Russian clothes. Card sent by Postcrosser in Russia; 9) Russian princess painting by Vladislav Nagornov; 10) Cinque Terre, Italy, by Scotty Graham; 11) Russian “babushka” (grandma) in a Siberian house by Anastasia Horoshilova; 12) Russian “zakuski” (pronounced zah-kooski) which means little bites, better known as appetisers: Spiced Carrot Salad, Cucumber & Radish Salad with Dill Sour Cream Dressing, Hard-Boiled Eggs with Salmon Roe & Green Onions, Boiled Baby Potatoes with Dill & Butter, Poor Man’s Caviar and Beetroot & Butter Bean Salad via Splendid Table; 13) Russian traditional Khokhloma painting; 14) Caviar in a wood cup; 15) Natalya Vodianova for Chanel Paris-Moscow Pre-Fall 2009; 16) Chanel Paris-Moscow Brooch Fall 2009; 17) W Magazine – Moscow; 18) Lindsey Wixson by Alexi Lubomirski for Vogue Russia, September 2014 ; 19) Photographer Ekaterina Belinskaya For GlassBook Magazine;  20) Lindsey Wixson by Emma Summerton for Vogue Japan; 21) Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia by Matthieu Paley; 22) ‘Snowdrops’ egg by House of Fabergé, gold, 1880s; 23) ‘Snow Queen’ lacquer box by Vera Smirnova; 24) Traditional embroidery of pearls, precious gems and gold in on a traditional suit of the russian princess; 25) Maryna Linchuck shot by Mariano Vivanco for Vogue Russia; 26) Silver and gold firebird statement necklace by Catherine Servel for Vogue Russia, September 2012; 27) “The princess who never laughed” by Viktor Vasnetsov; 28) Antique Music Box playing Tchaikovsky’s ‘Swan Lake’, House of Faberge Egg, 1906; 29) Vogue Russia, December 2012