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Art as fashion or fashion as art? That's the question this collection from Russian fashion designer Glagoleva Olya seeks to pose. 

Olya's eco-friendly line Artist At Home tapped Lisa Smirnova, a contemporary artist whose medium is embroidery, to create a line that takes its inspiration from from the workwear of painters. Every item of clothing is unique, decorated as they are with the delicate hachure embroidery that reflects Smirnova’s intricate style and which transforms the garments into distinctive, wearable pieces of art. Olya uses cashmere, organic Indian hemp, cotton and denim as well as vintage towels and blankets in her creations, each of which can take up to 100 hours to create.

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