Lilia Litkovska is a leading Ukrainian designer, who founded her namesake brand in 2009.
    Coming from a family of four generations of tailors, Litkovska has always seen it as her mission to preserve this profession and the crafts surrounding it.

    Litkovska brand unveils the way traditions could be integrated in a modern context and committed to working in an ethical and sustainable way.

    Known for her taste for bold shapes, refined tailoring and intricate craftsmanship, the designer explores the idea of contemporary dressing through sleek yet quirky silhouettes and edgy yet fluid designs.

    Litkovska creates a unique relationship between a woman and her clothing. The brand’s motto is “there is no wrong side” . 


    The brand was founded by Nataliia Kamenska and Maria Gavryluk in 2019. 

    Gunia Project is an Ukrainian brand of decorative objects, tableware and fashion accessories.

    It’s goal is to rethink traditional Ukrainian craft and heritage into trendy and modern objects for the younger consumers.

    Gunia Project is a brand of exceptional things produced on the basis of traditional ethnic cultures. Each collection is a unique combination of design thinking, deep ethnographic research and artistic approach towards craftsmanship.

    The brand employs folk crafts and gives heed to the slightest details of traditional culture to create designer artisanal pieces perfectly fit for the needs of everyday life.


    The brand was created back in 2013 as a creative project of designer Anna Osmekhina, a former costume designer, fashion editor and stylist.

    Starting from a small team of enthusiasts creating clothes as if for themselves, the brand has since then grown into a world-known phenomenon, worn by Nicki Minaj, Winnie Harlow, Sita Abellan, Lisa Owen, Tommy Cash and many others.

    TTSWTRS has its own Kyiv based manufacturing factory and printing workshop, showrooms in Kyiv, Odessa and Kharkiv. The brand is selling in more than 12 stores all over the world.

    "The idea of creating TTSWTRS was a fateful accident that plunged me into the fascinating subculture of tattoos. My friend was dating a famous tattoo artist, Ian Levine. His body was completely covered with tattoos and he was a very colorful character. I was so inspired and interested in his energy that I soon created a capsule with the working title "tattoosweaters''.


    POUSTOVIT was founded by Liliia Poustovit in 1998 and is based in Kyiv.

    The brand's key design approach lies between celebrating life spirit, the world travels influence and sacred elements of Ukrainian national heritage reworked in a new way. POUSTOVIT's vision of modern luxury is largely shaped by refined and relaxed silhouettes combined with vivid colors and distinctive details. Timeless dresses which can be adapted to every occasion of the day, both in the city and during vacation, are central to each collection.

    The designer pays attention to deep-rooted Ukrainian motives as she is confident that the powerful bright past gives us the strength and imagination to move into the future. While focusing on the rich national culture, Liliia Poustovit goes through delicate work with ethical symbols and codes to create brand new reimagined pieces.

    The idea of traveling around the world and exploring its endless beauty and authenticity enriches the Poustovit aesthetics as well. Vibrant hues and their mix used in collections keep thinking of far exotic countries, the people of these countries, the craftsmanship traditions and arts.

    Unique digital prints are another core element of POUSTOVIT identity. Getting inspiration and collaborating with talented Ukrainian artists, Liliia Poustovit provides an unexpected perspective on artistic patterns placed on garments. The most special and signature one is the "chestnut" print inspired by the symbol of Kyiv, the city's beauty and history.


    Ruslan Baginskiy started his career as a stylist almost 10 years ago, and at the same time he was creating his first couture headwear pieces for fashion photoshoots. The eponymous brand was founded in 2015 in Lviv and now is based in Kyiv, Ukraine. First RB hats were handcrafted by a designer, who was gaining experience in local artisan workshops, where unique production technologies were preserved.

    Inspired by art, Ukrainian national costumes, archival family photos and vintage fashion shootings, Ruslan boldly experiments with traditional shapes and creates hats in the zeitgeist - comfortable, utilitarian, trendy. Brand's family is growing every day, among RB Girls are Madonna, Bella and Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber, Taylor Swift, Pamela Anderson, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Janelle Monáe, Anna Dello Russo, Coco Rocha, Miley Cyrus, Nicky Hilton and Alicia Keys.

    The Ruslan Baginskiy Hats are represented all over the world, but the designer always emphasizes his Ukrainian origin.


    Frolov is a couture-to-wear brand that combines flawlessness and comfort, intelligence and provocation, social responsibility and serenity. It originates in the heart of Kyiv, where it was founded back in 2015 by Ivan Frolov – a designer and now a creative director of the brand.

    «Sometimes people pronounce Frolov as for love – and there is no mistake. Because the first thing we create as a brand is love, and everything we do is with love. That's why the anatomical heart is our logo, and we put it out on each of our pieces», – Ivan Frolov describes.

    Frolov is the first Ukrainian brand to become Swarovski® ingredient branding partner.

    Frolov looks are worn by Beyoncé, Dua Lipa, Doja Cat, Rita Ora, Megan thee Stallion, Lisa (blackpink), Kylie Minogue and other celebrities.

    The aesthetics of Frolov pieces include corsetry, only lux fabrics and detailed embellishments.

  • NUMERO 21

    Brand is launched in 2010 in Milan by its creative director Allessandro Dell’Acqua.

    Born in Naples and schooled at the local academy of fine arts, Dell’Acqua fell under the spell of fashion pretty soon. In his early years he worked under Gianni Versace. In 2002, at the peak of success, Dell’Acqua was awarded with the Fashion Oscar of the best designer of Taormina. He secured positions as creative director for La Perla, Malo, Brioni, Rochas and collaborations with artists such as Vanessa Beecroft, Juergen Teller and Helmut Newton. 

    The brand Numero 21, existing over a decade on the market, offers a modern and feminine wardrobe with tricks and details brought from the male wardrobe. The mix of feminine and masculine shapes and fabrics represents one of the stylistic codes of the brand. 

    The designer focuses his energy on a new approach, real and meaningful, mixing his great knowledge of product for a modern proposal of new pret-a-porter. 

  • SIX.

    SIX. is a Kyiv based womenswear brand founded by Julia Bogdan in 2018.

    It stands for modern minimalism and timeless elegance. 

    Julia has mastered the art of suiting, which makes a brand's DNA. 

    The silhouette is clean and perfectly fit. 

    Only the finest fabrics are used, sourced from the top suppliers. 

    SIX. pieces are designed to make every woman feel sophisticated, feminine and comfortable at the same time. She is always on the move, therefore, she is elegant but her look is mixed with ease. 


    Bevza is an independent womenswear label established in Ukraine in 2006.

    The key approach of Bevza design aesthetic is defined by less and luxe. Sophisticated clean silhouettes and sharp tailoring is the core of each collection. While focusing on chic and sensuality Bevza provides a new perspective on refined minimalism. Bevza's key 'white dress concept' is built on the idea of the light energy behind it.

    Updated Ukrainian motives is another trademark of Bevza. Exploring national heritage, the founder and creative director Svitlana Bevza carries out a delicate work with ethnic symbols and cultural codes and reimagines them in a modern way. Bevza handworks are created by ukrainian artisans in order to revive unique ukrainian craftsmanship techniques. 

    Bevza brand takes part in NY fashion week since 2024


    Anna October is a Ukrainian womenswear brand created in 2010, expressing a spirit of sensitivity and freedom. The brand contributes to the female empowerment movement - by blessing women's desire to be pleased by the way they look.

    The core of Anna October collections is dresses, shining out the light of women's femininity and grace. A versatile line of dresses with body-hugging silhouettes complemented with styling choices such as chic cashmere knits and lingerie pieces.

    In 2014, Anna October was shortlisted for LVMH prize.

    In 2022, Anna October joined the BoF 500 list and presented her collection at PFW for the first time.Anna October developed a sustainable ethos within the brand. Collections are created using deadstock textile. Brand maintains expert tailoring. Significant amount of the pieces are handcrafted by using re-imagined artisanal techniques for modern clothes.


    The brand was created by Diana Stavnitzer right in the middle of the war in Ukraine. A brand with Ukrainian roots and a local team that presents the skill of tailors and the craftsmanship of collections as a sign of great resistance and exceptional creativity of Ukrainians.  

    The first collection was presented in March 2023 during Paris Fashion week. 

    The motto of the brand is ‘crafting pieces beyond time’. It is about timelessness with a twist. A modernity  with vintage chic. 

    The collections are built around classic silhouette with original details that will be relevant and stylish for many years. The great attention is paid to sustainability, avoiding overconsumption and overproductions. 

    Di Stavnitser is about clothes as an extension of personality, it accompanies it, not the other way around. The idea of clothes as a talisman. 


    KSENIASCHNAIDER was founded in 2011 by a couple Ksenia Schnaider and Anton Schnaider.

    The collections cover women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, reworked, upcycled, patchwork, denim, and accessories.

    Ksenia's signature cuts, techniques, and attention to detail, with an emphasis on tailoring and sustainable use of materials, identify the collections, as does Anton's well-defined philosophy "design minus design”.

    Sustainability has formulated the DNA of KSENIA SCHNAIDER. The brand's commitment has been evident throughout all the countless versatile garments perfect for conscious consumption and a busy lifestyle over the years.

    Designers have been proven to be active players in the avant-garde denim niche created meme-jeans: Asymmetrical Jeans, Demi-Denims, Cowboy Jeans, Denim Fur jackets, etc.

  • LUVI

    LuVi is an artisanal fashion brand from Ukraine that transforms the art of the past into the heritage of the present.

    The brand was founded in Kyiv in 2006 by Ludmila Sedlyar and Victoria Zagrafova. "We wanted to make our brand about love and sexuality – that's why our logo is an upside-down heart. We always hand-embroider this heart on our clothes."

    Victoria and Ludmila's friendship goes back fifteen years (since 2008), and fashion has always been the main topic of conversation. Together, the designers founded the brand and presented it at Ukrainian Fashion Week in 2006.

    Within a few years of that, the brand moved away from the model of seasonal collections to concentrate on individual work with the stars of television and show business.

    Neither Victoria nor Ludmyla had formal training in fashion, but they both have an art education. Victoria has a theater and decoration education and is skilled in scenography, while Ludmyla is a graphic artist. Currently, they live, create, and produce their clothes in their own atelier in Kyiv.


    IENKI IENKI is a Kyiv based outwear brand founded in 2016 by Dima Ievenko. Its origin derives from Dima’s passion for designing and making outerwear that is fashion-forward but does not compromise on quality. The first collection included three clothing styles that became an immediate success, being sold out in the very first season by prestigious international stockists such as Le Bon Marché (Paris), Barneys (New York), Lane Crawford (China), Selfridges, Browns (London), and Mytheresa (Munich).

    The northern nations’ heritage is a major source of our inspiration. Brand pays special attention to details, reinterpreting the northern nations’ traditional dress in modern ways.

    IENKI IENKI’s design philosophy boils down to making the outwear more flattering, creating innovative and wearable silhouettes that hardly existed before. It uses the latest technologies to ensure that clothes become a reliable part of an exceptional outwear experience. The pieces are filled with ultra-warm and ultra-light goose down which keeps especially warm.

    From its birth IENKI IENKI came to be enjoyed by Bella and Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Kourtney Kardashian, Hailey Bieber, Grimes and many others. 


    LUTIKI is an Ukrainian conceptual jewelry brand created in 2019 by costume designer and visual artist, Sonya Soltes.

    The brand's style is inspired by orthodox heritage. At core is an idea of transforming ordinary objects into symbols. Creating a feeling of magic by wearing them.

    Lutiki is mostly known for a scrunchie bracelet. The designer considers a plastic hair scrunchie to be a cultural phenomenon and an artifact. Women all over the world wear it on their wrists as a bracelet, so Sonya embodied the elastic in a piece of gold-plated brass jewelry.


    Article is the slow fashion brand created by Yana Matias, based in Kyiv. The brand promotes women's independence, her creative and assertive nature. Its ambition is to define a wardrobe that highlights the ease and strenghts of the woman wearing it.

    Blazer is the key element of Article's universe. The fabrics are exceptional, tailoring is precise. The brand strives to avoid fast fashion trends. Article produces garments designed to last and to be collected in time. Behind every item there are the hands, the hearts, passion and experience of those who love what they do. Collect the Articles like the souvenirs of your life experience.


    Anton Belinskiy was born in Ukraine. He launched his namesake womenswear brand in 2009. In 2010, he became a headliner of Kyiv Fashion week. He participated in London Fashion week as well as showing independently. Anton Belinskiy is also a talented Art Director, shooting for Dazed digital, 032c. His portfolio of activities is amazingly rich from styling, video production, consulting to product design.

    Anton Belinskiy collections are avant-garde, yet wearable. He likes to break the codes, have fun with his clothes. The sustainable approach is at the core of his brand, using vintage as a base for some pieces.


    Ukrainian brand BOBKOVA was created by the designer Kristina Bobkova in the year 2000. The Brand philosophy is Gentlewoman, Japanese MasterСut and Confident Femininity

    BOBKOVA offers its own idea for casual clothes. The designer creates "things that are relevant regardless of time and situation." The iconic brand items distinguish the Japanese cut discipline. An asymmetrical dress is a rethought men's shirt. The details of Eastern Clothes are used in the two-piece suit’s cut.The brand rethinks gender stereotypes in clothes and produces items that support the desire to declare strength and femininity. The designer pays special attention to technological fabrics, and unusual finishing; as well as customized shoes, handbags, and accessories.


    MATIERE79 is a jewelry multibrand platform, created and curated by Kateryna Krytska. MATIERE79 presents carefully selected jewelry from independent designers from around the world. Matiere79 is also main partner of ITEMS Paris.

    Today for ITEMS Paris 3e, Matiere represents such brands as Completed Works, Ioanna Liberta, Alchimie, Nomis, Little Nothings, Louis Hendricks, Anzu, Maggoosh, Gummy by Maggoosh. 

    “Like many women, I have always been passionate about fashion in general and jewelry in particular. But I had no idea that the jewelry business would become a matter of my life,” says Krytska. 

    For a long time, I lived in Canada during my university studies in Arts & Business. I seriously intended to apply my knowledge in the family business related to natural stones in architecture and interior design. That is why I often traveled in search of natural stones: marble, onyx and other natural materials. On one of these business trips, I accidentally visited an exhibition of jewelry in India. This is where the history of MATIERE79 and its own business started.

    After the exhibition, the idea to start doing rare jewelry with a bright character appeared spontaneously but developed quite organically. I decided to try it and since then I cannot stop. The search for talented designers all over the world was a kind of quest for me, which first resonated with friends and then with other jewelry lovers.

    I am not only attracted to jewelry: I spend a lot of time searching for MATIERE79 jewelry. Often these are more daring, fresh, and democratic combinations of shapes than the classic models of famous jewelry houses.


    Ioanna Liberta is a Greek jewerly brand created by Ioanna Eleftheriou. Ioanna has been making jewelry since she can remember herself, having her mother as the first influence both as a personality and as a designer.

    The love for the process of giving birth to a piece of jewelry through experimentation and the expression of human nature and its emotions are the starting points for each new, unique creation.

    The company IoannaLiberta, with seven years of presence in the international jewelry industry, is evolving its course having as basic values creativity, respect for work and its customers and especially the love for the jewelry itself.


    Nomis is a jewelry brand created by Alyona Kiperman. Modernity is the embodiment of Nomis. All jewelry pieces are crafted individually with the vision in mind of the fast-evolving world of nowadays.

    The designs and off-beat styles are constantly in sync with the surrounding changes and have an unmistakable contemporary identity.

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