Tiina Talumees Fashion Studio presented her new couture collection “Urban Melody” in the National Library on 21 November. The whole collection consisting of 52 sets, providing an overview of the post-modern vision in the clothing of the contemporary woman, was introduced at the fashion show.
The collection “Urban Melody” by Tiina Talumees is characterized by bold lines, strong colours and perceptible hints to post-modern architecture. The collection conveys urban vibrations which materialize in geometric and angular cuts, concreteness and clear colours and draughts. “One source of inspiration of the collection is urbanism. My new creation has been also influenced by vigorous forms of the National Library created by Raine Karp, the reflections of which could be also found in the clothes of “Urban Melody”, Tiina said.
The collection “Urban Melody” consists of dresses, skirts and jackets referring to the city motives. Leather jackets add urban breath to the clothes. As regards materials, Talumees uses her autumn favourites – wool crepe, wool jersey, silk and chiffon.
Fashion lovers are welcome to Tiina Talumees Fashion Studio (Rotermanni 5/ Roseni10) to have a closer look on the collection on Tuesday, 25 November within 14.00-19.00. The clients could also see the ready collection Tiina by Tiina Talumees in Tiina Talumees Fashion Studio in Rotermanni quarter.
The main sponsor of the presentation of the collection “Urban Melody” was Toyota. The Estonian fashion is sponsored by Colonna Kinnisvara. The drink Xante (Altia Eesti) and Vichy water was offered to the guests. The hair and makeup of models were taken care by L’Oréal. The footwear of models originated from DUNE shoe store. The event was organized by Stiilikanal.
Tiina Talumees Fashion Studio is one of the most well-known and acknowledged fashion houses cultivating high fashion which has been making women’s clothes upon special order for already 15 years by now. The collections are made of high quality fabrics by the Estonian best sewers.
Photos of “Urban Melody“ fashion show: by Caroline Sada