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Constantine Dudoladov: Neo Vintage Comes First!

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Constantine Dudoladov
Have you ever thought that Constantine, a Greek name connoting stability, conservatism and self-esteem, would also mean a stable change mixed with conservatism and majestic royal style where every new dress is a miracle? If yes, then you think of Constantine Dudoladov, a Russian designer, who could unite vintage and revolutionary new trends to bring into life neo-vintage.

His Muses are angel-like women who can be gorgeous, cooking apple pies or dancing in a ball, making a discrete seduction and allur with only a slight gesture of the hand.

Forgotten ancient Gobelin tapestry combined with velvet and lace, and you see the coat of a new glamorous witch. Silk and knitting and she is an angel hidden by the mask of exclusive lady-like charm.

Isnt it magic? Is it not masterly to fuse glamour into vintage to show the contrast in womens nature of a witch and angel?

dress: silk $500
high heels: ostrich leather, hand made $320
bead necklace: pearls, hand made $150
everything DUDO
bag: vintage collection of designer



Where to buy
DUDO salon
Moscow, Kadashevskaya Embankment 22/1 small basement with clear roof
Tel. +7 495 959 5953

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