His first dress Tatiana
sew when she was 6 years old. When she was 17, she received the first commercial order. In the two decades (70-80 years) Tatiana Kotegova
formed his own style, creating a rare elegance of images for her clients in Leningrad. Children dream of becoming the mistress couture was realized in 1991, when Tatiana
opened a fashion salon, making its own brand name.
After an apprenticeship at the old cutter company Brissak and Lamanova, and later in private elite tailors in Europe, Tatiana
has a fantastic clean lines and elegance of the silhouette design of women's clothing. Refined sexuality, perfectionism cut, only natural fabrics, the introduction of antique accessories in modern dress - the main elements that create the style Kotegova
In 1998, she underwent a course of training in the company "Saga Furs", and since then, fur accessories are part of its collections pret-a-porter De Luxe. By the end of 90 years and includes her first experimentation with the simulation of shoes today for each seasonal collection of clothing Tatiana
creates "it" shoe. Considering the detail of costume jewelry, Tatiana
found talented performers for the interpretation of the classic pin of silver and gold.
The costumes, created by Tatiana
for the ballet "Middle Duet" at the Mariinsky Theater, confirmed once again sharpened professionalism and traditional spatial thinking fashion. The ability to "see" the clothes in motion, to hint at the alluring draped female form, open a narrow strip of the body, but never completely bare - in this art "temptation woman" is not equal Kotegova
. Although, . that clients of home Kotegova
are famous ballerina of the Mariinsky Theater Julia Makhalina and Diana Vishneva, . fashion photographer Deborah Turbeville and artist Gertrude Derksen, . editors of the Italian and Russian Vogue, . Tatiana
does not like to answer the question, . who she odevetsya,
. "I have a dress person," - she says. Independent, daring, strong, sometimes capricious woman - the ideal image, which seeks Tatiana
in his work. Photo Kotegova Tatiana