Set in a mythical underwater locale, Alena Akhmadullina's Spring/Summer 2016 collection proved that fashion is more than pretty dresses and expensive handbags but rather walking artwork. Inspired by Sadko, a medieval Russian epic and Hokusai's The Great Wave of Kanagawa, Akhmadulina transformed satin, denim, fur cheap oakley
and chiffon to look almost otherworldly. The collection's dreamy color palette of soft aquamarines, sea foam greens and navy blues was complimented by a few unexpected pops of scarlet and lemon. The designer's cheap toms
ability to create waves and foam out of denim and fur is truly nothing short of ingenious. This collection's feminine silhouettes and wispy fabrics demonstrate the designer's forward-thinking perspective making it cheap ray ban sunglasses
unforgettable. Akhmadullina brought Hokusai's Great Wave to life in the form of several vibrant dresses. The graphic waves crashing on the transparent fabric draped on the decolletage's of the cheap pandora
models was duplicated on the hemline creating quite the illusion. Not since Yves Saint Laurent's Mondrian inspired collection has there been such a natural merging of art and fashion.