Friday, December 13, 2013

ALL EYES ON...YOANA BARASCHI

The designer in her beautiful office. Not only is Yoana a gifted designer but she has a wonderful philanthropic spirit (more on this later).

Daytona Grid Frock in Neon Mango
Floating Iris Embroidered Halter in Storm Blue.  This dress features Yoana's beautiful signature embroidery.
Beauty in the details
Heaven's Gate Party Dress in Crystal White{my personal favorite in the collection}. This dress features Edwardian cording embroidery over lace and cotton netting.
Silver Magnolia Party Dress in Sky

Daytona Racer Jacket and Daytona Racer Shorts
Ombre Tennis Stripe Column Dress in Black/White
Saint Tropez Denim Short in Indigo
An inspiration and fabric mood board












The color range in fabric varies from iridescent pastels and opalescent brights to black and white
A wall of inspiration in Yoana's office

Throughout the studio there was an immense level of beauty and inspiration.  From the garments, to the mood boards and team members I saw a unique blend of artistry and workmanship.

On my last visit to NYC, I had the privilege of visiting the studio of Yoana Baraschi, one of my favorite designers.  I was first introduced to her line a couple of years ago at Miss Jackson's and have been smitten ever since.  Each season, her collections are comprised of beautiful fabrics and silhouettes, architectural pieces, interesting patterns and dresses ready to attend a party.  This season the concept behind Yoana's collection is Illuminated Web which she describes as an energetic grid of light which is the blue print of each design that comes to life.  Her Spring 2014 collection is every girls fantasy full of sherbet colored frocks, unexpected print mixes and architectural pieces in black and white.  This is a collection that will suit the classic minded to the trend setters!


To view and purchase from her current collection visit www.yoanabaraschi.com

Photography by Stacy Suvino

1 comment:

  1. What an amazing view of a work space. I love seeing all the materials, patterns and the creative space totally exposed for the camera. Lovely feature!

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