Friday, December 16, 2011

The "Lolita" Hat.

 Today I have decided to introduce you to another hat which was designed as a part of my "Les Enfants Terribles" Collection. Her name is "Lolita".  The hat was inspired my one of my most favorite books "Lolita" by Nabokov. It is encrusted with genuine pearls and colorful Swarovski crystals, delicate  and romantic, "Lolita" already stole hearts of many of my customers. "Lolita" will be travelling with me to Paris this January.
 There are several versions of the movie "Lolita" in existence but for me #1 version will always belong to Stanley Kubrick. Kubrick's "Lolita" had the most powerful attachment to the classic novel, despite the fact the Kubrick chose to change the order of events as it was written by Nabokov. The result was brilliant and I recommend Kubrick's "Lolita to all of you.
 Wishing everyone wonderful Holiday weekend , I can hardly believe that Christmas is almost here. I keep hoping for the first snow and white Christmas.:-)...


VMcreation-fashion-studio-atelier said...

Anya,wonderful fantasy girl and beyond talented designer....

Your ´´Lolita´´ is mostly romantic and very special hat!!!

I like to watch at all those details as a voiles,laces and pearls there...
And Oh,my...HOW enchanted beauiful is this color,it´s precise for her,for Lolita:-)*

Adorable creation,dearest Anya with absolutely Lolita feeling by!

Wish you too amazing Pre-Christmas weekend,

Much Love and warmest wishes to you and your family!


Little Rus said...

This hat is such a treasure! I want to touch every element of it gently... Such a delicate, feminine and beautiful piece, Anya. Lolita has been one of my top 5 favourite books and now there's also a hat that will always be among my top 5 (all of them made by you, of course).

Virginia said...

It takes a very confident lady to don this! What fun it is.
I'd dearly love to think you would be in Paris while I"m there in Jan. I think we fly out here on the 10th for a week.

The French Mouse said...

Lolita is one of my favorite haunting. This confection is such a wonderful interpretation of the vivacious coquette...such fun!