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Abolonkova I., Zayatdinov D., Novokreshchenova K., Yudnikova A., Rayko G.

Experience of geomechanical monitoring of Tomskaya Pisanitsa in 2022–2023

Gizey Yu.

Prospects for nomination of ‘The Tom River region Rock Art’ to the World Heritage List

Goryaev V.

“Tomskaya Pisanitsa” Museum-Reserve: returning from a “museum cultural” to a “repository of cultural heritage objects”

Kovtun I.

The Lower Tom Rock Art Centre

Moor N., Abolonkova I., Goryaev V., Seletsky M., Onishchenko S.

Preliminary results of studying archaeological context of Tomskaya Pisanitsa

Moskvina E.

History of conservation and museumification of rock art sites
on the Tom River based on records from the State Archive of Kuzbass

Orlova E.

Old Russian settlements and villages of the proposed place of interest “Tom Rock Ar

Sazanova K., Zelenskaya M., Vlasov D.

Methodological approaches to the protection of archaeological sites
of the Tom River region from biological damage

Seletsky M., Sokolov P.

Lithic assemblage from the Pisanaya I site: preliminary results of technical and typological analysis

Sheremetova S.,
Sheremetov R.

Geographical and floristic features
of the Tom River Basin

Publ. 15/03/2024


DOI 10.34685/HI.2021.49.79.008

Romanova K.

Russian fashion houses in Europe: à la russe style in the arts and crafts culture of the 1920s

Abstract. The article highlights the origins of the à la russe style, its formation, as well as its influence on the trends of European fashion in the early 20th century. With the advent of the famous entrepreneur S.Diaghilev, interest in Russian culture and art arose. The emigration of the first wave, in its turn, strengthened the fashion for everything Russian. The opening of fashion houses by the representatives of the Russian nobility was an outstanding event of that time. The unique combination of the grace of creating decor, accessories and clothes with the practicality and subtlety of work has become the hallmark of Russian fashion houses such as Irfe, Iteb, Kitmir. Russian women in the 20s and 30s of the last century showed themselves not only as high-class fashion designers, but also as models. As a result, the demand for Russian «exotics» forced the leading Parisian houses to create entire collections «à la russe» in the early 1920s.

Key words: fashion, emigration of the first wave, fashion houses, nobility, S.Diaghilev, art, ballet, à la russse style, Irfe, Iteb, Kitmir.

Romanova Kira Konstantinovna,

post- graduate student,

Russian Scientific Research Institute for Cultural and Natural Heritage named after D.Likhachev (Moscow),

email: Kira-Romanova20@yandex.ru

Published: The Heritage Institute Journal, 2021/1(24)

URL: http://nasledie-journal.ru/en/journals/426.html


Russian Scientific Research
Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev


Russian Scientific Research
Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev


of the Mass information media
ЭЛ № ФС 77–60211,
date: 17.12.2014


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