Humble yet ironically veteran in dealing with America’s fickle textured fashion palette that either honorably devours or complicatingly fails lines from abroad, Russian designer Kira Plastinina sat down with press, including Vogue Spain and Russia, Glamour Russia and LA Splash Magazine at Chateau Marmont on Saturday, August 18, 2012.
Sweetly tamed Autumn/Winter 2013 highlights inspiration from late 60’s to early 70’s combining the synergy of third quarter century’s best cuts with Plastinina’s sophisticated personality. Unique in terms of color template, the typically monochromatic line embeds itself for a bright winter in corals, orange, okra and beiges fusing signature color blocking to encompass a variety of shades. Textures enrich the vibrant Autumn/Winter 2013 collection with thick lace guipure, cotton, neoprene, silk, and a fabric enriched with black silk polka dots. Enriching the collection with an iconic handbag in a rectangular, solid shape with signature color blocking in orange, grey, black and sky blue striping along with an art deco pink flamingo print developed in-house,Plastinina is no longer new to the fashion industry nor the direction of her company.
The chic afternoon rendezvous graded the reintroduction of Lublu Kira Plastinina that same evening in Beverly Hills, enunciating significant maturity in Plastinina. Despite a reputation of initial financial backing via multi-millionaire father as renown as a $2 million price tag for the front row seat presence of fashion icon [Paris] Hilton; Kira’s success originates organically as work contains high end fabrics from Italy and diverse styles that “change season to season.” Accompanied by the accreditation of a small, tight-knit team working out of a design studio in Russia, “I think Kira is the best boss in my life,” exclaimed in-house Senior PR Manager of Marketing and PR Development, Ani Baez.
“Apart from designing, this is also my company,” Plastinina reiterates; who at 17 dealt with bankruptcy due to failure in the American market, in part faulting the economic crisis in 2007. Implementing a reflectionary personality, Moscow based Lublu (“I love” in Russian) is focusing for the first time on business casual Ready To Wear. The 20 year old simultaneous Southern Methodist University student and entrepreneur clarified her design technique, “Every designer has a different process…I design for myself…. If I don’t end up wearing it, it doesn’t end up going into production.”
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