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Vera Mukhina and Nadezhda Lamanaova Russian Constructivist designers 1925 Patterns for the proletariat

Vera Mukhina and Nadezhda Lamanova’s 1925 designs in ‘Patterns for the Proletariat’ including ‘How to Sew a Raincoat’ Mukhina is famed for her Worker and Kolkhoz Woman which premiered at the.

1925. now to figure out how to go from geometric shapes to the illustration...

Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

Illustration by VERA Mukhina (1889-1953) The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after 1917.

Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

Summer dress - Vera Muchina, Nadezda Lamanova, 1925

Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

Vera Mukhina 1920s

Vera Mukhina and Nadezhda Lamanaova Russian Constructivist designers 1925 Patterns for the proletariat

История костюма и моды : LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

История костюма и моды : LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Illustration by VERA Mukhina (1889-1953) The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after 1917.

Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

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Another sort of "uniform" dress, 1925 Design by Nadezhda Lamanova, illustration by Vera Muhina Source

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Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

Illustration by VERA Mukhina (1889-1953) The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after 1917.

Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after