Olympia 2.0 at On aura tout vu

Dear Diane and Shaded viewers,

For 15 years, Livia Stoianova and Yassen Samouilov, designers of On aura tout vu, generate creations pushing boundaries of fantasy.

The spring summer 17 collection was a procession of hybrid goddesses mixed between the Greek and Japanese mythology. Otohime, Japanese goddess, daughter of the sea and Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love, were the two main figures of the show.  Asymmetric sleeves, oversized collars and emphasized shapes define ultra feminine silhouettes.  The designers duo fosters women to be goddesses themselves. Creped iridescent silk , scales made out of mother-of-pearl marquetry. Seashells replace the studs over the perfectos. Crosses as a reference to the sacred. Geometric shapes. Feminity is at its peak, reptile high-heels and leather cuissardes boots adduce a strongly seductive gait. On aura tout vu uses state-of-the-art techniques for their work such as the Tango silk, an eight-centuries-old tradition or Swiss tulle.

The DNA of the couture house is contained in this peculiar duality between modernity and tradition, on the edge of reality and fantasy. A quality of labour appreciable as much for the novices as for the insiders.

A bientot,


Antoine Ghazi

Sorbonne University student in Bachelor of Foreign Languages and Economics. Speaks French, English, German and Arabic. Living his passion for Fashion, Music, Travel and Art in all its shape!