The little black dress became a thing in the 1920′s when Coco Chanel made a fashion revolution with her simple silhouettes that very soon became a gigantic hit. 

In 2013, Ulyana participated on a panel at the Mona Bismarck American Center in Paris to discuss, among fashion legend Andre Leon Talley and designer Ralph Rucci, the power of this piece and it’s place on fashion and now we check the power of it’s piece on Ulyana’s wardrobe (those are just a few examples and for the purpose of the analysis, I choose only dresses that can be described as “black”, with litte or no presence of other color).

Better than having clothes is designing clothes and pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 displays Ulyana’s creations. The dress on the left in picture 1 is also a Ulyana Sergeenko Couture dress and absolutely one of my favorite looks.

Ulyana wears a variety of shapes, silhouettes and accessories:a Chanel balaclava in the right look of pictures 6 and 10, a Prada turban with a Chanel necklace in the center look of picture 7; shoes tha goes from classic Christian Louboutins pumps to Charlotte Olympia, her top favorite Louboutin Luly and Tom Ford boots to shoes from her own collections.

Until today, the LBD is a must have in every women wardrobe and Ulyana proves that black is never boring.