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The Dream

We decided to have a little impromptu photoshoot at the beginning of December to celebrate all the beautiful handmade silk lingerie we have created for you this year and the latest additions to my capsule silk lingerie collection. I'm so in love with the dreamy, ethereal vibe of these photos! My beloved husband and my favourite photographer Ruslan Varavin took these photos of the gorgeous goddess Evelina Säkk by using a vintage lense on a contemporary camera. He shot through stockings to accentuate the retro vibe and create the blurry ethereal mood that I love.  Happy dreaming! Helen  

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S/S 2018 LINGERIE COLLECTION

SPRING/SUMMER 2018 10th lingerie collection Photographer: Ruslan VaravinHair: Ruslan VaravinMUA: Piret SootlaModels: Herke, Liisa, Siiri, JaalikaAccessories: Helen Valk Varavin, XAOS design  Helen Valk Varavin released her 10th lingerie collection this summer. The silk lingerie collection is inspired by the Goddesses who surround us every day.  The fierce women who shape the world with their innovative ideas and amaze us with their hard work. These are the women who run this country, who save lives with operations that last longer than 12 hours, whose projects often send them to foreign countries, away from their families, for a long time, whose passion and work is making art. They give birth and care for their family. They are brave, straight forward, never quitting,...

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PHOTOSHOOT OF THE 10TH LINGERIE COLLECTION

  Helen Valk Varavin is releasing her 10th silk lingerie collection this summer. The colors and designs are so glamorous, you will gladly agree with a spontaneous beach trip even if you don't have your swimsuit with you. Special thanks to: Hair: Ruslan Varavin MUA: Piret Sootla Photographer: Ruslan Varavin Models: Herke, Liisa, Helen, Jaalika Video author: Jaalika Lokotar

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10th COLLECTION ANNIVERSARY

Ciao Bella, first lingerie collection Helen Valk Varavin is releasing her 10th lingerie collection this summer and we would like to share her story how she taught herself to sew designer silk lingerie. The idea came to her when Estonia struggled with economic crisis. It was a time when Estonia wasn’t so widely aware of indie lingerie designers. The local stores sold cheap mass production lingerie. The colors were nice enough but when it came to having a bigger bosom, the selection shrunk down to bras that were the color of sadness. The straps were about 5 cm wide and there were at least 5 hooks to hold all that weight up. Harness to fight gravity, Helen laughed. As you...

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