Photo: Courtesy of Olya Thompson
The Kardashian-West family might have some foe on their hands when it comes to Christmas tag style. This holiday season, Muscovite weave engineer Olya Thompson—famous for wearing her prosperous brew of high conform and traditional Russian pieces—sent out a holiday tag that seemed like something out of a gratifying fairytale. Inspired by a surreal 19th-century Robert Lefevre mural of Countess Baryatinsky and her daughter Olga, Thompson and four of her children wore embroidered jewel-tone velvet dresses famous as sarafans by a Russian tag Russmotive.
Thompson mostly champions a work of immature fashion-forward Eastern European designers, too, so it done clarity that her daughter Maria layered a Vika Gazinskaya blouse underneath her classical stately blue look. Her youngest child wore an arctic blue delegate by kid’s label Caramel with a span of golden boots. The many game-changing accessories à la russe came around Thompson’s jewelry: Axenoff earrings and a pearl tiara. That said, for this superb Muscovite mom, styling a family clearly wasn’t a trickiest part. “Everyone incited out in a photo,” wrote Thompson around email, “which is infrequently a plea with our famille nombreuse!”