Юлия Милёхина

Юлия Милёхина

Юлия Милёхина
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Illustration by Vera Mukhina. The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

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Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

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Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

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Fashion experiments of the Stepanova's textile patterns, Popova's sportswear, Tatlin's workgear, and Mukhina's general wardrobe advice.

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Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

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Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

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Vera Mukhina and Nadezhda Lamanaova Russian Constructivist designers 1925 Patterns for the proletariat