Araks Yeramyan knows how to cleverly manipulate her fabrics into unfettered shapes for a strong impact.
— September 5, 2014
The research on clowns that Araks Yeramyan did for her mother, who had plans to dress as one for Halloween, inspired the designer’s sweet fall collection.
— February 6, 2014
Araks Yeramyan looked at 20th-century history for this pretty, feminine lineup.
— September 10, 2013
Inspired by nighttime in Hawaii, the designer worked the ideas into beautifully sculpted jackets, dresses, tops and pants.
— February 12, 2013
Araks Yeramyan looked to Japanese workwear from the 1850s and mixed those shapes and silhouettes with Victorian lines and fabrics.
— September 13, 2012
Araks Yeramyan discovered the portrait photography of Malik Sidibé and Seydou Keïta and the inspiration for her fall collection was born.
— February 14, 2012
The designer cited the style of Twenties French tennis icon Suzanne Lenglen as her key inspiration.
— September 12, 2011
Araks Yeramyan turned out a lovely lineup of richly layered dresses in lace, pleated silk and felted wool.
— February 12, 2011
Most looks were utterly simple and subtle.
— September 13, 2010
Araks Yeramyan’s small, strong collection hit a great balance between stylish and sensible.
— February 15, 2010