Up and coming Russian designer Vika Gazinskaya is slowly but surely making her mark in the fashion industry with her signature minimalist aesthetic. For this Fall/Winter she created a collection that was inspired by architecture, sculpture, contemporary art and the classic Parisian elegance. Her design aesthetic includes experimenting with different volumes and proportions while maintaining clean lines. She also gets inspiration from Rem Koolhaas, Alberto Giacometti, Russian constructivist architect Konstantin Melnikov and Cristobal Balenciaga. Her pieces are hand made in Moscow. After seeing this and the Spring/Summer 2011 collections I am proud to say that I am a big fan of her architectural masterpieces. Her creations are so stunning it should be displayed in a museum right next to a Renoir painting or a Degas sculpture.

If I were a girl and money was not an issue I'd probably wear Gazinskaya from head to toe.

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Here's a video of her futuristic F/W 2011 collection. Lanvin + Blade Runner = Vika Gazinskaya

Get ready to be blown away!

Here's a sneak peek at her latest collection.

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Gazinskaya played with both volume and color for her latest collection. I personally adore the electric pleated skirts, the oversized long sleeve tops, bell-bottom pants and the dresses that look like blazers.

Here's a look back at his conceptual S/S 10 show in Paris. I love every single piece from this collection. Bravo Vika! I think this is Vika's best show so far!!!

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