short film dedicated to the release of a new collection of designer Lesia Paramonova.
We shot the film about 7 girls and one boy/
Their names is Masha<Polina>Yliana<Varya<Alisa<Aliona>Nastya and Vova.
Every piece in collection has name of girl/ boy which wears this or other dress/overall/sweatshirt/apron/pinafore in film. The central personage is boy
Vova. He is opening us astonishing world. Nobody knows exist this world or not but Vova was there. He slept and found himself in strange place where growing awesome plants. This plants is Scientists experiment of girls-scholars. The Mouse heads up instead of blackberries.. and Orchid flower appeared eyes. He met with each girl and watching them. He falls in love with one of them and He want to take away her. But you can not take anything with me from the dream world because you will destroy it. It just happened. In our real world, the girls turned into a flock of white and gray geese, and all that remains of them is a pile of clothes. Vova saved this outfits for us. Now, these outfits can be bought in the store. Buying a dress Mary, you get not just a thing, but the whole story, though a bit sad. A living thing, it is animated and has its own character.
“LES`- SOMNIA” is available for viewing!
Enjoy your trip!
illustrations by Lesia Paramonova for a new collection LES`
I want to tell you about my new collection!
The uniform became the main inspiration. These are the models of a very simple silhouettes with specific surrealistic prints.
The main theme is still the wood, already not so real, but surreal, fairy-like, full of fantastic animals and unusual plants: instead of wings ducks could have leaves, and there suddenly could be mouse growing on blackberry bushes.
For this collection I created the prints by transforming my illustrations that’s why there is an impression that the prints have been drawn on a fabric with a simple pencil.
While creating this collection, I imagined the teenage girl from the Soviet past, with bows, stockings and in a traditional school uniform.
It is, in some way, nostalgia on an image of the Soviet school student, but changed and passed through a prism of modern perception.