Everyday dresses, wide skirts and tunics form the new collection by Natalia Valevskaya – the designer who continues bringing art to the masses and does this in a nonchalant way by means of turning her every creation into an objet d’art. Her Winter 2014-15 collection was based on Banksy’s graffiti stencil art and paintings by Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock, while the color palette for the unique prints used in VALEVSKAYA Summer 2015 collection was inspired by Marc Chagall. The new 2016 collection pays tribute to Sonia Delaunay. “When I was working on it, I turned to the sketches and fabric print that Sonia created for various fashion houses. The wife and muse of the artist Robert Delaunay, Sonia was a key female figure in the early 20th-century art world and the first female artist whose work was bought by a museum. Sonia and her husband Robert were the founders of the Orphism art movement. Besides, the two of them were the first to think of the way color affects the human psyche,” – the designer says.