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With almost every fashion week started your very own fashion blogger has been on the F-A-S-H-I-O-N Spree! Yes, we updated you last time, with the chicest STREET STYLE all the way from #NYFW and this time, we decided to be a little nicer and chicer to you (:
The beginning of the fashion fall seasons has been an inspiration for all those who keep a strong eye on the latest that’s coming. One of the most influential fashion week which everyone had an eye on was The Kiev Fashion Week. #KFW has been a legitimate inspirational source representing the UKRANIAN STYLE ETHOS.
This time, the #KFW has brought a new guard of up-and-coming fashion designers who is making traditional Ukrainian aesthetics feel fresh and modern. Have a look at them here, you may get gaga about their style and then wish they start stores here in India soon ;D
Since launching her label in 2009, Litkovskaya has grown quickly and is now stocked in stores like Helen Marlen in Kiev and Opening Ceremony in New York. For Spring 2017, #Lilia Litkovskaya was inspired by the contrasting archetypes of Marie-Antoinette and a strong warrior woman and paired masculine tailoring with floral jacquards. Pleated details and voluminous proportions exemplify the designer’s nod to historical references
The fashion designer, who was recently shortlisted for the LVMH Prize, showcased a prom-inspired collection at Ukranian Fashion Week’s “One Day Project”. The pieces, which include a cherry-red velvet puffed-sleeve number and floral knits that nestle in Ukraine’s traditional motifs, were worn by unconventional models sourced from the diversity-driven agency titled Cat B.
RCR Khomenko A favorite of the musician, Peaches, is an avant-garde label founded by the namesake designer Yasia Khomenko. For Spring 2017, the designer staged her presentation in a Soviet shopping center and had the feeling of performance art.
With an iconic silhouette and a baggy jean at the thigh with a skinny leg and exposed knees made from vintage denim and paired with embroidered thin-knit henleys Fashion designer, Ksenia Schnaider reinterprets classic denim silhouettes including shorts, skirts, and pants by adding traditional cross-stitch embroidery in a modern take on Vyshyvanka national dress.
#FLOW the Label
For Spring 2017, FLOW the Label’s designers, sisters Viktoria Balaniuk and Veronika Vez, The duo found inspiration in several unlikely places for the collection, including the 1975 film “Stepford Wives,” Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture, and early paintings by the French impressionist Eugene Boudin.
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