The legendary Janet Jackson layered four Natalia Fedner couture necklaces to complete her look for the Pride Of Britain Awards. She wore the 14K rose gold dripping necklace, the gold choker, the silver choker, and the bronze choker – creating a “metal rainbow” effect; the necklaces blend perfectly into each other creating the illusion of one larger necklace.
Renowned international fashion competition, World Of WearableArt selected Natalia Fedner’s Python gown as a finalist for the 2019 show. The 2019 Show season ran from 26 Sept – 13 Oct at the TSB Arena in Wellington, New Zealand. For three weeks, 108 finalist garments created by 115 designers representing 22 countries and regions came to life on stage in front of an audience of around 60,000 people.
Made from over 3000 feet of silver and black metal chain, the gown incorporated Natalia Fedner’s patent-pending technology, which allowed it to take on the shape of the model. On stage, it became an optical illusion – tricking the eye into seeing a “printed patterned dress.” While up close, and in reality, it was a series of cleverly interlinked chains of two different colors.
Video credit: World of WearableArt Ltd
Playboy featured model Kira Dikhtyar on the cover of their September issue wearing a Natalia Fedner light gold Metal Marilyn chain dress (this item is currently only available for custom order, but see the Metal Mini Dress.)
Dikhtyar also wore a rose gold chain flapper hat. Check out the light gold Chainmaille Scarf which can be wrapped around the head for a similar effect.
In a featured article in Vogue named Lenny Kravitz “Best Dressed” on the red carpet in a Natalia Fedner patent-pending Chainmaille Stretch Scarf in light gold, which doubled as a top, under his denim vest. Kravitz’s “delicate golden halter top by Natalia Fedner appeared as if it was spun by gilded spiders from heaven”, Vogue raved.
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At the Agnona Official X Berfdorfs dinner last night, Poppy Delevingne sparkled in Natalia Fedner Design’s Japanese Tech Yarn Bralette. (Link to this product coming soon. For a similar knit look: Fitzgerald Racerback Crop Top.)
Poppy was styled for the event by London-based stylist Elizabeth Saltzman.
We can finally reveal what we’ve been working on for 6 months! Working with Sports Illustrated Swim has been a truly wonderful experience. Stylist Jo Guinta and editor MJ Day pulled together a ground breaking issue. Natalia Fedner is proud to have so many looks featured in the issue. Check out the gallery below featuring Winnie Harlow (metal marilyn chain dress), Barbara Palvin (rhodium chain crop top), Jasmine Sanders (houndstooth chain tank), Lais Ribeiro (rhodium spiderweb mini dress), and Kelsey Merritt (light gold chain crop top). Photography by James Macari and Laretta Houston.
Natalia Fedner has received a one year art fellowship from the National Arts Club in New York City. The National Arts Club is a private club on Gramercy Park, Manhattan, New York City. It was founded in 1898 by Charles DeKay, an art and literary critic of the New York Times to “stimulate, foster, and promote public interest in the arts and to educate the American people in the fine arts. ” The NAC Artist Fellows program was launched to recognize and support a select number of leading artists in a range of artistic disciplines and is an integral part of the NAC’s mission to foster, promote and support the arts in America.
Since its founding in 1898, the Club has been committed to welcoming artists through presentations, performances, exhibitions and as members. The Club now programs over 150 free events a year, enjoyed by more than 25,000 New Yorkers. In our 120th year, the Club is renewing its commitment to the artistic community and seeks to foster a welcoming environment where artists, members and their guests can convene.
It’s always an honor to have a design displayed in the iconic Bergdorf Goodman windows. Mixed media artist Lyle Reimer personally selected Natalia’s piece to be displayed alongside his art in the center window after spotting it in the “Noir” shop inside of Bergdorf’s. The windows were part of a celebration of the Lyle XOX: Head of Design book release by Rizzoli New York. The visuals team at Bergdorf Goodman did an amazing job per usual.