09 October, 2010

Extending The Runway : Tatiana Sorokko Style

"Extending the Runway: Tatiana Sorokko Style" is a fashion shows named after Tatiana Sorokko who was the first Russian model to achieve worldwide success. Moving from Moscow to Paris in 1990, she walked the ramp for major designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Karl Lagerfeld, Miuccia Prada, Issey Miyake and many more.

For over a decade, Sorokko graced the covers and editorial pages of European and American magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Elle and Cosmopolitan.

At present she is a providing her service to the American Harper’s Bazaar as an editor interviewing and styling photo shoots of notable subjects all over the world. Her power as an international style setter and taste maker extends well beyond the podium.

Sorokko was named to the International Top 100 Best Dressed list by American Vogue in 2000 and the Best Dressed Women of All Time list by Harper’s Bazaar in 2007.

"Extending the Runway: Tatiana Sorokko Style" will displays case works from the early 20s till today. The runways become more active and live, due to the participation of renowned designers and trendy houses. Fortuny, Paquin, Lanvin, Madame Grès, Balmain, Patou are some of the name that participate in this International event.

Extending the Runway is a carnival of Sorokko's global fashion career, her fashion, trend and style setting visualization and distinctive style. The setting covers up two Museum arcades and texture, 60 garments and frills of famous designers like Balenciaga, Balmain, Comme des Garcons, Fortuny, Ferre, Halston.

16 September 2010 saw the birth of Tatiana Sorokko Style in US, at Phoenix Art Museum. The event showed a collection of 18000 outstanding works of Asian American European and Latin American Contemporary and modern art along with fashion design.