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Eastern Influence

Photography By Elena Baranchuk Photography
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This SHOW-STOPPING styled shoot was photographed on location at the historic Villa Clara Sumptuous Italian Villa in the heart of Rome perfect for intimate events of any kind. More | Message in Rome. It dramatically pairs Japanese cultural and artistic references with the old-world European influence of Italy. Since we’re all dreaming of travel, could there be a more inspirational pairing? We don’t think so!

“Every single element of this styled shoot was styled with meticulous attention to the smallest detail: gloriously colorful Asiatic flowers, natural fabrics, rich textures, sophisticated accessories, and elegant and unique bridal outfits,” says Irina Dzhanashiya of Villa Clara.

For the tablescape, rich, velvety linens set the stage for a display of Ikebana— the art of Japanese floral arrangement.


To honor the Japanese culture, the model wore a vintage kimono traditionally tailored in Japan from lilac jacquard silk with vine leaves and bunches of grapes pattern, accompanied by Japanese vintage accessories.

The flower designer took particular care to create beautiful oriental flowers for the bridal bouquets. She “framed” them in a such manner in order to emphasize the colors whilst also creating a sense of movement.


For the wedding ceremony, the model wore a refined and elegant gown from Italian designer Elisabetta Delogu. Her dresses are unique and unrepeatable, that along with the sartorial attention to every detail create an aura of a romantic and ethereal bride, innocent and sensual in a game of contrasts between ancient and contemporary. Fine fabrics with carefully hand-embroidered bodice added the luxurious feel and the plissé of the base of the dress gave a sense of flowing water. 


- Irina Dzhanashiya, Villa Clara of The Heritage Collection

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