Photo: NAVRO Official Facebook page Success of Ukrainian fashion stylist and designer Olga Navrotska is largely due to its browsing to vividness and stylish madness: evening dresses, suits and handmade accessories are decorated with unicorns, big flowers, lavender and willow, as well as the sun and moon images.
Where can you find vintage, exclusive, rare things or simply check out and buy from new emerging brands that will become the future of Ukrainian fashion in a while? The answer is obvious: flea markets! The recipe of popularity of this creative trend is simple. The beginners of fashion design are given an opportunity to present themselves, some receive a chance to get rid of old clothes and even earn on that, and others go there to upgrade their wardrobe for cheap.
Photo: ELENAREVA Official Facebook page ELENAREVA is Ukrainian luxury fashion label specializing on semi-couture evening and day dresses, coats, suits, blouses and accessories. Brand is famous for its unique prints and creative collaborations with artists.
Photo: POUSTOVIT Official Facebook page Tenderness, unique prints and positive energy define the design and sensuality of POUSTOVIT, European level women’s clothing brand, founded by Ukrainian designer Liliya Poustovit.
Photo: Litkovskaya Official Facebook page Fashion fans all around the world are willing to wear clothes from Ukrainian fashion designer Lilia Litkovskaya, and that's a fact. Her own LITKOVSKAYA brand has gained an iconic status in Ukraine and is getting more and more famous in Europe, Asia and USA.
Nadi Renardi is the women’s casual Ukrainian brand. While combining quality Italian fabrics with Ukrainian design ideas, Nadi Renardi quickly gained popularity among ladies and had recently opened monobrand showroom in Kiev.
The first real-time competition of tailors was held at the Homme Space location at Ukrainian Fashion Week 2016-2017. Three Ukrainian tailors were competing in the art of sewing men's suits for specially invited guests during 5 days. Check out the Battle of Tailors ended!
Couture de Fleur brand is famous for its amazing patterns created by modern Ukrainian artist Olena Onufriv, who is inspired by bright colors of nature and flowers. We have exclusive news for brand's fans!
Alina Zamanova presented her debut brand collection in the art space of the 38th Ukrainian Fashion Week. For now, it consists of luxury scarves and exclusive art-clothing collection, painted by the artist herself.
The upcoming Ukrainian Fashion Week promises to widen the limits of fashion and break ‘traditional’ frames of fashion events introducing new formats of shows, launching innovative projects and educational programs while synergizing fashion with art. Some highlights from the press conference about what to expect at AW 2016-2017 Ukrainian Fashion Week can be found here.
For the first time Ukrainian fashion has declared itself in the capital of avant-garde fashion so loudly. 8 young but already well-known in Ukraine and abroad designers presented their brands and the country during London Fashion Week.
Paris, New York, Milan and London are the world fashion ‘meccas’. Kiev does not lay up the claim to stand on the same scale. However, Ukrainian capital can be considered the one taking a leading position in the Eastern European fashion world with its huge and loud Ukrainian Fashion Week.
Art and interior designer Lidiya Pfayfer founded Blood & Honey brand in autumn of 2014. A mini-collection of fur scarves in unusual bright colors became her debut in the fashion world. By the way, this collection was sold out in a couple of days.
We met with Olga Businello in Kyiv after her long day of flights, but, nevertheless, her eyes were shining and her smile sincerely welcomed me. It was her first visit to Ukraine. This strong and at the same time tender woman is the Manager of a huge Valpolicella wine consortium, that includes more than 2000 wineries and production companies famous all over the world with its Amarone wine. She was the first lady in Italy and in Europe who got that high position. Daily challenges made her the highly professional manager of a serious business. And today this wonderful woman discovers Ukraine.
The agrarian sector has been the locomotive of economic growth in Ukraine in recent years. Agriculture generates about 12% of the country's GDP, providing jobs for millions of Ukrainians. Let's see what experts have to say about the current rates and agrarian sector future.