Russian fashion designer Valentin Yudashkin was born on October14, 1963 in Moscow Oblast. He is considered the first post-Soviet designer to bring a contemporary Russian look to the international fashion world.

He presented his designs or collections in museum such as the California Museum of Fashion in Los Angeles, State Historical Museum in Moscow, Musee de la mode et du Textile in Paris and Metropolitan Museum in New York. Today we are going to draw your attention towards Valentin Yudashkin Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear exhibited at Paris Fashion Show.

Click through to see the complete Valentin Yudashkin Spring 2018 RTW collection. About this collection, fashion designer Valentin Yudashkin revealed that it drew from Russia painter Kazimir Malevich and to design this collection the designer used the summery scheme white and parchment.

Valentin Yudashkin wanted to take a break from black, instead showing off the dress tacked with sketch-book style sheets featuring with white bead embroideries of the artist’s self portrait.

Consider the streamlined open look, a cropped white perfecto with ample sloped shoulders and a matching a-line miniskirt or else a traditional Russian full length dress reimagined in layers of yellow organza trimmed in grosgrain, nothing more.

A model wore a roomy khaki with fold-over neckline white blouse looking superb. A crisp safari-parka hybrid might have been too basic for Valentin Yudashkin runway a few seasons ago, now they looked just right. At the end of the show, Russian fashion designer Valentin Yudashkin and his daughter Galia Yudashkin emerged from backstage together once again who take some credit for his leading father in this direction.

The entire ready to wear dresses in this spring 2018 collection are simple but super stylish designed by the Russian fashion designer Valentin Yudashkin. Click through to take a look at complete look book of this collection.