Ukrainian fashion illustrator’s project gets praise from British Vogue

On July 31, the same day British Vogue released a photograph of their latest September issue, Ukrainian illustrator Alina Zamanova, along with her work partner Maria Veronica, announced a flashmob for artists to create their own interpretations of the iconic cover. The flashmob saw dozens of submissions flooding the Telegram channel of The Unique Illustration. But most importantly it caught the eye of the British Vogue.

Highlights of Ukrainian Fashion Week – Maria Romanenko –

Now that the fashion week is over, it is time to look back at some of the most exciting, fresh and dynamic shows from the spring-summer 2019 fashion season. From Jean Gritsfeldt’s ever-flowing creativity to Marianna Senchina’s trademark polka dot pattern, this is your go-to destination for what trendy people will be sporting next year. Jean Gritsfeldt’s creativity seems to know no boundaries. The Ukrainian designer previously held his fashion shows at a supermarket, airport, boxing club, and an

Ukrainian designer winning fans with his creativity and candidness

Ukrainian Jean Gritsfeldt is like no other Ukrainian designer. He lists his personal cell phone number on his brand’s website, and he runs his own Instagram account. It’s a mystery how he manages to fit in all these things in his schedule, but he does say that he has assistants. On Feb. 5 Gritsfeldt presented his fall-winter 2017-2018 collection. And of course, it was no ordinary fashion show. The location – the SpartaBox boxing club – was the first indication.