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WWD

Serge Jevaguine 2020 Spring collection featured in WWD. The collection seeks to capture the elegance of French Glamour featuring shimmering sequin gowns, luxe brocades paired with cascading, tulle overskirts and silk crepes with clean, style lines. Each design is handcrafted from the best European fabrics and gives close attention to details like bejeweled belts, sheer hemlines and thigh high slits

WWD

Serge Jevaguine 2020 Spring collection featured in WWD. The collection seeks to capture the elegance of French Glamour featuring shimmering sequin gowns, luxe brocades paired with cascading, tulle overskirts and silk crepes with clean, style lines. Each design is handcrafted from the best European fabrics and gives close attention to details like bejeweled belts, sheer hemlines and thigh high slits

FASHION REVERIE

Serge Jevaguine 2020 Spring collection featured in FASHION REVERIE. “Serge Jevaguine has always been inspired by early couturiers and their design aesthetic. As a youth in his native Russia, Jevaguine continued his fascination with great art and famous couturiers of past like Christian Dior, Jeanne Lanvin, Cristobal Balenciaga, Madeleine Vionnet, and others by studying at the Academy of Arts of Moscow.

Not until he moved to Toronto, Canada did Jevaguine get the opportunity to create bridal wear. With his spring 2020 bridal collection, Jevaguine debuts this collection in New York City.For the spring 2020 bridal collection, Serge Jevaguine was mesmerized by the simple and chic style of French actresses Brigitte Bardot, Michele Mercier, and Juliette Binoche. The collection seeks to capture the elegance of French Glamour featuring shimmering sequin gowns, luxe brocades paired with cascading, tulle overskirts and silk crepes with clean, style lines.”

“Each design is handcrafted from the best European fabrics and gives close attention to details like bejeweled belts, sheer hemlines and thigh high slits. Every gown is designed to emphasize the soft and feminine nature of each bride.

In this collection, Jevaguine emphasized the old adage, “less is more.”  The less is classic, yet not fussy, bridal silhouettes that have stood the test of time, combined with high quality fabrics. The more comes from the distinction that many of the bridal gowns in this collection are accompanied by attachments that can either accentuate the gown or be taken off.

Case in point, the brand’s Sophia SK bridal gown with the detachable train. Additionally, several of the gowns in the spring 2020 collection come in alternative colors and are appropriate for red garments or special events.What sets this bridal collection apart from other collections of its ilk is the luxury fabric choices and the appeal of the collection for an ever-evolving bridal consumer. Bravo on your New York debut!!”

—William S. Gooch

FASHION REVERIE

Serge Jevaguine 2020 Spring collection featured in FASHION REVERIE. “Serge Jevaguine has always been inspired by early couturiers and their design aesthetic. As a youth in his native Russia, Jevaguine continued his fascination with great art and famous couturiers of past like Christian Dior, Jeanne Lanvin, Cristobal Balenciaga, Madeleine Vionnet, and others by studying at the Academy of Arts of Moscow.

Not until he moved to Toronto, Canada did Jevaguine get the opportunity to create bridal wear. With his spring 2020 bridal collection, Jevaguine debuts this collection in New York City.For the spring 2020 bridal collection, Serge Jevaguine was mesmerized by the simple and chic style of French actresses Brigitte Bardot, Michele Mercier, and Juliette Binoche. The collection seeks to capture the elegance of French Glamour featuring shimmering sequin gowns, luxe brocades paired with cascading, tulle overskirts and silk crepes with clean, style lines.”

“Each design is handcrafted from the best European fabrics and gives close attention to details like bejeweled belts, sheer hemlines and thigh high slits. Every gown is designed to emphasize the soft and feminine nature of each bride.

In this collection, Jevaguine emphasized the old adage, “less is more.”  The less is classic, yet not fussy, bridal silhouettes that have stood the test of time, combined with high quality fabrics. The more comes from the distinction that many of the bridal gowns in this collection are accompanied by attachments that can either accentuate the gown or be taken off.

Case in point, the brand’s Sophia SK bridal gown with the detachable train. Additionally, several of the gowns in the spring 2020 collection come in alternative colors and are appropriate for red garments or special events.What sets this bridal collection apart from other collections of its ilk is the luxury fabric choices and the appeal of the collection for an ever-evolving bridal consumer. Bravo on your New York debut!!”

—William S. Gooch

WWD

Serge jevaguine Ballet II Bridal colletion featured in WWD. “WWD delivers information and intelligence on changing trends and breaking news in the men and women’s fashion, beauty and retail industries with a readership composed largely of retailers, designers, manufacturers, marketers, financiers, media executives, advertising agencies, socialites and trend makers.

WWD

Serge jevaguine Ballet II Bridal colletion featured in WWD. “WWD delivers information and intelligence on changing trends and breaking news in the men and women’s fashion, beauty and retail industries with a readership composed largely of retailers, designers, manufacturers, marketers, financiers, media executives, advertising agencies, socialites and trend makers.

Wedding Ispirasi

“Serge Jevaguine is a Toronto-based fashion designer that’s on our bridal radar for his dreamy, regal designs. Serge’s wedding dresses are crafted from the best European and Japanese fabrics with exquisite textures made by intricate handwork from generations before him. The Spring 2019 “Ballet” collection was inspired by the famous Russian ballet “Ballet Russes,” and features gowns that are ethereal, graceful and timelessly elegant.”

Wedding Ispirasi

“Serge Jevaguine is a Toronto-based fashion designer that’s on our bridal radar for his dreamy, regal designs. Serge’s wedding dresses are crafted from the best European and Japanese fabrics with exquisite textures made by intricate handwork from generations before him. The Spring 2019 “Ballet” collection was inspired by the famous Russian ballet “Ballet Russes,” and features gowns that are ethereal, graceful and timelessly elegant.”

World Bride Magazine

Bridal Week Market Report by Mimi Lombardo

Serge Jevaguine Ballet Bridal collection featured in World Bride Magazine. World Bride Magazine (WBM) is positioned as the premier multicultural and multiethnic global lifestyle bridal magazine.

Worldbride Magazine

Bridal Week Market Report by Mimi Lombardo

Serge Jevaguine Ballet Bridal collection featured in World Bride Magazine. World Bride Magazine (WBM) is positioned as the premier multicultural and multiethnic global lifestyle bridal magazine.

Bridal week continues in NYC —there is an endless stream of tulle, lace, pearls, and 3D flowers on pristine white dresses shown at the most significant New York addresses; museums, dance theatres, hotels and even “WE Work” spaces.First stop today, The London Tower hotel where bridal brands gather to show theirs to press and buyers.

Ballgown clad ingenues litter the lobby, some modeling and others taking an Instagram break.

I’m due to see an evening wear designer from Toronto, Canada who is just stepping into the bridal market after much success in other categories.

The name is Serge Jevaguine—his focus is on couture details, hand sewn embellishment and exquisite construction. No detail is too small to make perfect. There were unusual brocades, strategically placed chantilly lace, capes that transform to hoods and more. This designer is one to watch.