Yulia Yanina

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Yulia Yanina
File:Юлия Янина.jpg Юлия Янина.jpg
BornSaratov, Soviet Union
🏳️ NationalityRussian
💼 Occupation
fashion designer
📆 Years active  1993—present
Notable workYanina Couture

Yulia Yanina (born in Saratov) is a Russian fashion designer. She is founder and creative director of the Yanina Fashion House, a family run venture.

In 2021, the Fédération de la Houte Couture et de la Mode announced Yanina officially as Guest Member of the Paris Fashion Week,[1] thus including Yanina Fashion House into the couture club that defines the history and the trends of global fashion.[2] Starting from SS2022 season, Yanina Couture (whose collections have been shown at each Week since 2010 and whose creations are worn by top global celebrities at the biggest events and red carpets around the world) is listed on the FHCM’s calendar.[3]


Yanina has a degree in Arts. In 1993 she founded her own fashion house.[4] In 2007, Yanina Couture debuted at AltaRomaAltaModa in Rome.[4]

Since 2010, her fashion house shows at the Paris Fashion Week[4] and she dresses celebrities for red carpets like the Cannes Film Festival. 

The Paris Fashion Institute has included the Yanina Fashion House study course into its program.


Yanina was the first Russian fashion designer to partner with amFAR, the world’s largest charity organization.[5] Yanina is a highly demanded celebrity dresser for ceremonies like the Oscars,[6] Grammy Awards and more. The celebrity clientele list includes Lady Gaga, Rita Ora, Naomi Campbell, Gigi Hadid,[7] Emma Roberts, Emily Blunt, Gwen Stefani, Aishwarya Rai, Kate Hudson, Chrissy Teigen, Eva Longoria, Sophie Turner, Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dion.[citation needed]

Yanina took part in the Animalia Fashion exhibition at the Uffizi Gallery and in the Dentelles en Scéne show at the Musée de la Dentelle de Caudry. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Yanina Fashion House, the Russian Orthodox Spiritual and Cultural Centre in Paris held  the 25 Years — 25 Iconic Dresses exhibit.


  1. Kristen Bateman (2022-01-29). "Meet the New Guard of Haute Couture Designers". Harper’s Bazaar.
  2. Anna Kinash (2022-01-28). "Юлия Янина — о новом статусе модного Дома Yanina, разнице между москвичками и парижанками и особенностях семейного дела". vogue.ru (in русский). Vogue.
  3. "Yanina Couture**" (in français). Haute Couture Week.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Olga Khlybova-Gasnier. "Yanina Couture". Aglography.
  5. "Платье Yanina Couture среди лотов и другие новости аукциона amfAR Gala". lofficielrussia.ru (in русский). L'Officiel. 2018-05-18.
  6. Anna Fedina (2019-05-12). "Юлия Янина о том, как одевать звезд на «Оскара» и в Канны". vogue.ru (in русский). Vogue.
  7. Vera Reyner (2016-08-23). "Модный блиц: Юлия Янина, Yanina Couture". buro247.ru (in русский). Buro 24/7.

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