The name of the brand Dear Passenger N. emphases that we are all passengers in life, only means of transportation is different for everyone. At the Moscow Fashion Week Kibovskaya offered her vision of what the "means of transportation" of a modern businesswoman should be like. The rule is the same - the heroine wants to dress up-to-date, stylish and appropriate for a particular situation.
The connection with the past, namely with its visual component, as well as an eventful lifestyle, has left an imprint on the Dear Passenger N. These are oversize jackets and pantsuits, cropped jackets, lengthened silhouettes of dresses and blouses, loose-fitting shorts, straight tweed skirts with ruffles and fringes. Fabrics are natural - denim, cotton corduroy, viscose corrugated etc. Colors - black, white, gray, khaki, without which the closet of a big city dweller is unthinkable.
At the same time, due to the original cut and delicate decoration, the clothes make a very worthy impression. In designing the finishing elements, Kibovskaya was inspired by the works of the famous French jeweler and glassblower of the early 20th century. Rene Lalique, who promoted the ideas of Art Nouveau or Art Nouveau in his work.
The Dear Passenger N. collection shown in Moscow is called RENÉ LALIQUE. For example, crimped blouse with wide long sleeves and voluminous palazzo pants refer to the artist's ideas. The jackets are decorated with graphic images of Lalique's works created by him in different years of his life.
Ekaterina Kibovskaya said after the show that she was pleasantly surprised by the number of guests who came to the show. According to her, the warm reception inspires the Dear Passenger N. team for new ideas and achievements.