Lilia Litkovskaya: the Star of Ukrainian Fashion

Lilia Litkovskaya: the Star of Ukrainian Fashion

Photo: Litkovskaya Official Facebook pageFashion 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.

Starting from 2006 Lilia Litkovskaya has been creating seasonal collections in collaboration with other young Ukrainian designers. In 2009 she launched her own brand LITKOVSKAYA, the first collection of which was presented within Ukrainian Fashion Week. LITKOVSKAYA was listed among 200 most promising designers worldwide in Vogue Talents list initiated by Vogue Italy in 2013. The same year the brand debuted on the international independent showroom during Paris Fashion Week. Afterwards, the brand gained crazy worldwide attention and conquered international fashion market.

Read: RITO Collection at 2016-2017 Ukrainian Fashion Week


LITKOVSKAYA is a minimalistic womenswear label with a notable urban twist. Its collections are designed for a sophisticated dresser with strong individuality and meticulous attention to details. Known for her taste for bold shapes, refined tailoring and craft, Lilia Litkovskaya explores the idea of contemporary dressing in new unexpected ways. Resulting collections of graphic coats and smart dresses are always pure but dual. The design practice is about intertwining ideas and breaking stereotypes.


Currently, LITKOVSKAYA is sold at Opening Ceremony in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo, Boon the Shop in Seoul, The Sprezzatura in Paris, Tsum and Air Store in Moscow and Helen Marlen Mandarin in Kiev.

Read: Alina Zamanova’s Collection at 2016-2017 Ukrainian Fashion Week

Photo: Litkovskaya Official Facebook page
LITKOVSKAYA is an up-to-date minimalistic brand with a distinguished urban style, oriented for women with independent and bold understanding of style. Lilia Litkovskaya develops androgen concept, merging together men’s and women’s motives. The result of the designer’s work is always visually laconic, simple but ambivalent – the collections are based on the counteraction of the polar ideas.

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