Monday, November 2, 2020

Textile Art by Nikolay Terjuhin


Nikolai Terjuhin, a highly established fashion designer, dreamed of becoming a teacher, but instead he enrolled at Arkhangelsk College of Culture and Art at the choreography department. He started on his designer's path at the dawn of the 90s where there was nothing to buy at the stores and he wanted to dress fashionably. He has created more than 130 collections and despite the large number of fantasy collections, it was the ethnic traditions that have become defining in his work and have brought well-deserved success both domestically (in Russia) and the world. 

He uses traditional materials and fabric typical for the northern folk costume: chintz, satin, linen, brocade, canvas and calico, woolen shawls as well as modern fabrics like denim, gabardine decorated with lace, pearls, jacquard braided inserts, etc. 

If interested, you can find more about him on his instagram and website.  




7 comments:

Divya said...

Wow, its an impressive collage of buttons, yarn, fabrics, colours and textures. I love the aesthetics.

Maya Kuzman said...

I was truly in awe when I saw his headpieces!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Really beautiful. The maximalist in me appreciates every single detail.

Kim said...

Oh wow, those headpieces are unbelievable. I especially love the third one! Exquisite clothes, too!

Michelle Churchman said...

Maya, I’m so glad you shared this amazing artist. I’m following him on Instagram now. And your post will be featured in tomorrow’s Creative Compulsions.

Michelle
https://mybijoulifeonline.com

Maya Kuzman said...

Happy that you like it, Michelle and so excited about the party!

handmade by amalia said...

Fantastic sense of color.
Amalia
xo