From paint on a canvas to designs on the runway, artist, designer, magazine publisher and humanitarian, Olga Papkovitch introduced her PopImpressKA collection at Style Fashion Week, New York.
"I want to bring color and positivity to peoples lives " - Olga Papkovitch.
Drawing attention from across the globe, Olga projected her paintings onto silk fabric, creating a walking canvas with stylish nature enthused designs. The classy, elegant and fiercely spirited collection was inspired by her frequent trips to the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, her love for impressionism, Flemish painters and her Mother, Alla Papkovich.
Silk dresses tops and pants, floral print pants, Marilyn Monroe graphic tee
Silk Scarves, floppy hats, metallic sandals, oversize totes
Brianne Helfrich, Canadian model, humanitarian and cover model of PopImpressKA Journal, opened and closed the show at Gotham Hall. Justin Jedlica, known as the Human Ken Doll also walked the runway.