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Women look rich in Yuliya Raquel's two unique designs
24
Jul '12

Award-winning, American plus-size designer brand IGIGI by Yuliya Raquel has released a luscious Pre-Fall collection that will make full-figured ladies around the world go wild. Inspired by exotic Indian design elements and sensuous ancient Greek draping, Head Designer and Creative Director Yuliya Raquel has created a collection that exudes opulence and lavishness.

“Our fans are definitely in for an amazing experience! I tried to give them a look and feel that combines the richness and beauty of these two unique and different styles with my modern and feminine interpretation of their cultural influences. I wanted to create a collection of glamorous yet versatile pieces that will serve the various lifestyle needs and desires of fans around the world. I hope they love showing the pieces off as much as I loved designing them!” said Yuliya Raquel.

The Indian theme offers dresses with exquisite embroidery and beadwork as well as exotic prints and textures while the Greek theme carries goddess influenced draping, and fabric manipulation to enhance the beauty of the curvaceous and voluptuous figures. The silhouettes are timeless yet modern and can be easily worn from day to evening. The transitional pieces are versatile to be worn on their own between seasons or styled with layers as we welcome Fall 2012.

Headquartered in San Francisco, Ca, IGIGI by Yuliya Raquel was founded in 2000 with a mission to transform the world’s view of beauty by providing full-figured women with fashion-forward, quality, and well-fitting clothes that would help express their beauty.

IGIGI by Yuliya Raquel

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