Olga Kvitko - photo by Tatiana Valerie, ArtVesta Studio
Olga Kvitko – photo by Tatiana Valerie, ArtVesta Studio

Russian born couturier started designing at the age of 12 taking apart her father’s suits to study the construction.  Her mother, a college professor, had a hobby sewing elegant outfits that had a strong influence on Olga.She sold to her first client at age fifteen. It was an elaborate pair of pants.

She worked days as an assistant designer for Valentino couture, Bob Mackie and A.Scaasi licensed loungewear while attending F.I.T. at night. Olga started her own couture studio on Seventh Avenue in 1995  The designer sold to specialty stores in the U.S. and Canada .

Strapless minimal looks with intricate corset construction in opulent imported silks have won recognition among the clients. Glamorous cocktail suits in luxurious fabrications with cinched waistlines have dedicated fans. Standouts are ball gowns embellished with exquisite French luxe laces. Bridal gowns adorned with delicate hand embroideries were  featured in Manhattan Bride Magazine, Wedding Dresses and the Knot.

Olga’s gowns have been featured in British Vogue, Tatler, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, and In Style magazines.

The designer draws inspiration from her roots; Russia’s magnificent art and lavish royal palaces, French couture and art and nature.


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