is modeller-designer. She works in the style of national Circassian
clothes. She has several collections for most various trends which were
displayed at the exhibitions, museums and educational institutes.
She is a teacher of special composition and history of costume in School
of arts in Nalchik and also psychologist. She gives private lessons for
modelling and sewing and performs orders for manufacture of exclusive models.
- I consider plastic national Circassian clothes so aesthetic, elegant
and laconic that they don“t require changes of lines, proportions, details.
Stylizing them I, however, dare to transform details, break lines,
change proportions in order to touch the beautiful and unclaimed in the
modern interpretation of costume.
You see, Circassian
style od clothes was always inimitable.
Representatives of many peoples tried imitate Circassian clothes but
its essence always escaped them. I try preserve the essence of clothes
only changing their general aspect.
I like to work by intuition listening to my internal voice but simultaneously
I comprehend that a risk of self-delusion is great.
I like to alternate sewing with psychology in order to percieve more
acutely what I work on. I don“t like narrow professionalism when work is
done automatically. In this case I stop to detect leaps in consciousness
(if it concerns psychology) and hardly have time to catch fashionable trend
(if it concerns clothes).
I believe that skills in various spheres are base for applied arts
and so I like to pass myself all stages of clothes“ manufacture.
I don“t think that there are people who create new trends in arts,
science, literature. I think that there are people who perceive more acutely
already existing information and interprete it more skilfully. I am glad
that I manage to achieve something in this connection.