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Winner of the Triumph Fashion Award 2006: Tatiana Pogrebnyak Awarded the 1st Prize

Tatiana Pogrebnyak; the Winner of Triumph International Fashion Award 2006
Tatiana Pogrebnyak; the Winner of Triumph International Fashion Award 2006, © 2006 Triumph International - (click to enlarge)
Andrea Fendrich in Paz Soto Salinas, Orieta Pires in Tatiana Pogrebnyak, Karin van Vliet in Kirsten Hiller
Andrea Fendrich in Paz Soto Salinas, Orieta Pires in Tatiana Pogrebnyak, Karin van Vliet in Kirsten Hiller, © 2006 Triumph International - (click to enlarge)

[Vienna, Austria], November 17, 2006 - Austrian-American Kirsten Hiller, Paz Soto Salinas from Chile-Germany and the Israeli with Ukrainian origin Tatiana Pogrebnyak were the favourites among 438 designers with more than 1.500 submitted works and entered the finalist round of the Triumph International Fashion Award 2006.


This year 9,563 unique votes for the selected designers were registered. Until September an international expert jury evaluated the works of these three designers on the topic " Dress up for Mozart Rock up Rococo !" to select the winner. Fashion Trendsetter Publisher, Editor-in-Chief Senay (Topcuoglu) Gokcen was among the expert jury to select the winner and Tatiana Pogrebnyak was her favourite too.

Tatiana Pogrebnyak, Winner of the Triumph International Fashion Award 2006
On November 15, 2006 Tatiana Pogrebnyak was honoured at the Triumph Fashion Award 2006 celebration in Vienna, Austria.

Her designs on the theme "Dress up for Mozart – Rock up Rococo!" have been elected by the international jury out of more than 1,500 drawings which have interpreted Mozart and his time Rococo in a modern way. Tatiana Pogrebnyak (born in Ukraine, living in Israel) studies at the renowned Shenkar College Fashion Design.


Question: How would you describe your design concept? What was your first thought about the requirement "lingerie as an integral part of clothes".


Tatiana Pogrebnyak: "My first thought for "lingerie as integral part of clothes" was, - visible part of clothes, still a part and not a solo fashion piece. It is nice to see fashion magazines with lingerie styling for an outerwear, and I like it. But not many would be able to show the street their underwear as it is. So the next thought was how I am going to combine the lingerie, which is visible, but already not underwear. I decided for lingerie as a "built-in" part of the garment to be my concept. The lingerie is as integrated into the garment silhouette, as it was designed this way from the beginning. The design itself is inspired by the underwear mood. Fabrics and materials should be matched exactly to the bra, so that it would merge and turn into a garment part. Panties take their part to complete the upper layer design and create a total look."

Question: What's the greatest difference between the meaning of fashion in our days and at Mozart's time?

Tatiana Pogrebnyak: "The greatest difference between nowadays fashion and Mozart's time fashion refers to its extension, purpose, volumes and its interchangeability. In the 18th century fashion was available to a very limited social class, mostly, to aristocratic society and rich merchants. The masses were wearing "previous fashion" or some basic clothes, suitable for hard and dirty work. So called "latest fashion" was spread at the court and hardly reached distant areas. Even province aristocracy was wearing old fashioned toilets. The purpose of Rococo fashion might be understood through wasteful lifestyle of the time, devoted to pleasures and amusements, flirt and love affairs. May be "Les Liaisons dangereuses" by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos reveal best the court atmosphere.

Question: What's the greatest difference between the meaning of fashion in our days and at Mozart's time?

Tatiana Pogrebnyak: "The greatest difference between nowadays fashion and Mozart's time fashion refers to its extension, purpose, volumes and its interchangeability. In the 18th century fashion was available to a very limited social class, mostly, to aristocratic society and rich merchants. The masses were wearing "previous fashion" or some basic clothes, suitable for hard and dirty work. So called "latest fashion" was spread at the court and hardly reached distant areas. Even province aristocracy was wearing old fashioned toilets. The purpose of Rococo fashion might be understood through wasteful lifestyle of the time, devoted to pleasures and amusements, flirt and love affairs. May be "Les Liaisons dangereuses" by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos reveal best the court atmosphere."

For more information please visit - www.fashionoffice.org/triumph/
Photo Credits - www.fashionoffice.org/triumph/

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