Contrasting contemporary Los Angeles glitz and glamour with a vivid ancestral past in rural Belarus, Tatiana Shabelnik's collection "CONTRAST" is a dramatic cosmopolitan fusion of bold colors and textures inspired by her fearless personality. Published in many international magazines including VOGUE UK, GLAMOUR UK, GQ UK, TATLER UK, Madame Magazine (Dubai), House of Coco (UK), Los Angeles Times and many other publications, as well as seen on the runways in London, Los Angeles, Orange County, Belarus, Dubai and Vancouver, Tatiana wants to bring high end wearable art to everyone globally and to unite world cultures through FASHION and GLAMOUR.
As a humanitarian with a big passion for community service and global charity work, Tatiana was a part of Elephantasia, a collaborative effort between different international designers in hopes of raising awareness and funds to protect African elephants. Her Elephantasia dresses were on the runways at Vancouver and London Fashion Weeks, as well as published in VOGUE UK and the New York Times. One of the dresses was commissioned by Dr. Kirstin Johnson, the Director of African wildlife foundation for the TUSK BALL hosted by Prince Charles in London. Tatiana have been a member of Rotary Club of Pico Rivera since 2006, and served as president from 2010-11. In January 2011, she represented Rotary District 5300 and Rotary International at the Pasadena Rose Parade. In November 2019 Tatiana was a guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Dubai.
In addition to clothing, Tatiana also designs jewelry to complement and accentuate her clothing. With a range of colors and designs, her jewelry is meant to inspire—much in the same way that Chagall and Kandinsky have inspired her. Tatiana says: "When people wear my clothes and jewelry, I hope they will feel a connection with people everywhere; that we are all citizens of the world. I feel that I belong to the category, as Franca Sozzani called it, “Globalallure.” Franca Sozzani said, “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” I agree with that statement. I want my admirers to feel unique, independent, and free from any limitations dictated by the customs of different countries. I want them to make a statement when they wear my clothing and jewelry."