4 September 2018


Costume Designer Tatyana Dolmatovskaya will speak about the history of futuristic looks, the anticipation and the reality of space travel, the evolution of the relationship between fashion, art, and technology throughout the twentieth century and the way it was reflected in films and on catwalks.

 Yakov Protazanov’s Aelita is a silent film classic. With its suprematist sets, Scriabin’s music, and world revolution exported to another planet, it captured the essence of the 1920s aesthetic and social movements. Along with Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, which came out three years later, Aelita determined the way filmmakers envisioned the future and the aesthetics of space for decades.


Tatyana Dolmatovskaya has worked at Vogue and is currently a costume designer. She has designed costumes for Kirill Serebrennikov’s features Leto and The Student, as well as the TV series Shkola [School] and other films.

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