Radmila Lolly is the sole designer of the couture fashion house “Radmila Lolly” and a singer of alternative classic music. She creates a unique combination of her music with her fashion creations. Radmila most recently released her album “Wonderland” and complementary couture collection during a night of opera and fashion at Carnegie Hall. The collection has since been featured at Barneys Madison Avenue Trunk Show, alongside designers such as Zac Posen, Naeem Khan, J. Mendel, as well as at the Daytime Emmy’s Ceremony. It has been featured by Vogue Italia, Harper’s Baazar, and more. A number of celebrities have worn Radmila Lolly collection such as Gayle King, Bebe Rexha, Mya, Miss Universe 2018, Miss USA 2018, Miss USA 2017, to name a few.
But not only Radmila sings and designs, this talented artist has upcoming ventures that include a novel that corresponds to her next self-composed album and high couture collection.
Women Fitness President catches up with the designer talking all things fashion, fitness and food!
You are the sole designer of the couture fashion house “Radmila Lolly” and a singer of alternative classical music. How did you get started with these two vastly different careers?
Music was my base; first when I would listen to music, I would see fashion designs in my head, and I started to create pieces for my own shows. I was often asked who the designer was, but didn’t give an answer because I didn’t want to confuse anyone. One day I finally had enough of the questions and said “it’s me, I’m the designer!”. I decided to create a complete collection and perform at the same time; it became a hit and I started acquiring private clients. I will be opening my first brick and mortar store in Los Angeles in July of 2020.
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