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Nadezhda Lamanova

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Nadezhda Lamanova
Nadezhda Lamanova by Valentin Serov 1911.jpg
Nadezhda Lamanova's portrait by Valentin Serov (1911, private collection)
Nadezhda Petrovna Lamanova

(1861-12-27)27 December 1861
Shutilovo, Russian Empire
DiedOctober 14, 1941(1941-10-14) (aged 79)
Resting placeVagankovo Cemetery
55°46′11″N 37°33′10″E / 55.769622°N 37.552720°E / 55.769622; 37.552720
Citizenship Russia,  Soviet Union
OccupationFashion designer, Costume designer
TitleSupplier of Her Majesty's Imperial Court
  • Petr Mikhailovich Lamanov
  • Nadezhda Aleksandrovna Lamanova (Lisheva)
  • Anna Petrovna (sister)
  • Ekaterina Petrovna (sister)
  • Maria Petrovna Lamanova (sister)
  • Sofia Petrovna Kraht (Lamanova) (sister)
  • Roman Konstantinovich Kraht (nephew)
  • Vladimir Konstantinovich Kraht (nephew)
  • Nadezhda Konstantinovna Kraht (niece)
  • Andrey Pavlovich Kayutov (husband)
AwardsGrand-Prix at Paris International Exposition of 1925
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Nadezhda Petrovna Lamanova (Russian: Надежда Петровна Ламанова; 27 December [O.S. 14 December] 1861 - 14 October 1941) was a Russian and Soviet fashion and costume designer.


Until the Russian Revolution, Lamanova held a title of supplier of Her Majesty's Imperial Court. Lamanova created gowns for the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. After the Revolution, Lamanova was the only renowned designer to stay in Russia and lay the basis for the new Soviet fashion.[1] In cooperation with Russian artist and sculptor Vera Mukhina Lamanova won the Grand-prix at the International Exposition of 1925 in Paris.


  1. ^ Стриженова, Татьяна (1972). Из истории советского костюма. Москва: Советский художник.
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