Designers seem to either be barn or come from the
other professions, having left career of engineer, architect,
economist or mathematician forever.
This longing for creative work will certainly result
in realization of his vocation. Igor Yarovenko is a very big
and kind man. He doesn't like people to call him a designer
and determines himself as kustar-master-usta as they say in
Igor creates is his small atelier there where he
lives. Like real master he makes everything himself. He designs,
sews, makes all necessary parts and decorations. If he needs
snake's skin he creates it. It's a matter of principle. He uses
wood feather, leather, metal for his bathing suits and corsets.
There is no triviality, hackneyed work, or any wish to expose
something. As a real master he is lager to create something
most beautiful, new and unusual. His good taste, knowledge of
engineering and cheerfulness help him. That's why it is so difficult
for him to copy his works. He'd better make everything himself
rather than explain somebody how to make it. I believe that
Igor will merit universal acknowledgement and commercial success
as a very interesting, contemporary designer.