Style Up' Magazine Spring Issue #2 is finally here - please see Irina's article on pages 22-26.
StyleUp meets with artist Irina Gorbman at the Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston to take a closer look at her new line of Wearable Art.
Ballerina - #wearableart collection for 2017 Spring/Summer, and lately has begun to design athletic wear. Her Sport In Style © collection of yoga leggings are for all, who are young at heart and like to live in color. With leggings being as common as jeans are and feeling tired of the usual grey and black athletic pants, Gorbman created vibrant and artistic leggings for gym, everyday life, or the women constantly on the go.
A collection of pieces that are hand-painted and custom made, Irina Gorbman Fashion was created under the idea of “Art That Heals” http://www.imboston.com/shop/vendors/irina-gorbman-fashion
Recently IM Boston successfully launched the IM Boston Marketplace, a website dedicated to selling carefully crafted clothing and accessories produced by New England's local designers. Today they are celebrating the addition of another vendor: Irina Gorbman, Abstract Artist & Designer.
Location: The Greatest Bar Boston
Live stream for VOGE Runway from The Greatest Bar In Boston - feeling gratitude to VOGE Runway organizers, fellow designers and Dirty Water Media Team for letting people know about my boutique wearable art brand. My clothes are good for all who are young at heart!
Pre-Valentine's fashion show is coming to W Hotel Boston in few days. I'll be showing my sportswear artsy collection where leggings designs are based on my original abstracts. The runway will present six designers and their collection for men and women's daily life! Feeling thankful for a great WEMF team in Cambrdige MA.
My artsy activewear looks hit the runway in Boston. Collection of one of a kind designs on yoga leggings for all who are running 24/7 at home, work, gym and feel tired of black hues was shown at 200+ runway event organized by VOGE Runway.
by Debbe Daley @ Lowell Sun
Continuing from last week's inside view of Boston Design Market, this year's market added additional pop-up shops spread throughout the design center. Between presentations and classes, attendees had the leisurely pleasure of strolling through and viewing many handmade creations at their best.
On the side of a two-car garage of a nondescript Bellevue tract home, a door leads into a small but stylized art gallery that displays hand-painted ceramics, bronze sculptures and paintings all the work of Russian-born artists.