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Fashion

Made In Ukraine: How A Home-Grown Fashion Movement Is Helping To Build A Nation

In the aftermath of the Euromaidan movement, a wave of designers and retailers has come to the fore, ready to meet the needs of...

Paris Fashion Week 2017: A Magical Experience With A Memorable Contribution By Ukrainian Designers

Although I don’t consider myself a fashionista, and Vogue for me is more of an aesthetic guide than a Bible to swear by —...

Paskal and Atelie Summer Collection on June 19th at Odessa Literary Museum

​We here at The Odessa Review have been fond of Odessa designer Julia Paskal for a long time. Presentation of Paskal & Atelie summer...

“Decostumization”: Undressing The Soviet Past

In the 1980’s a group of Odessa artists set about debunking the Soviet ideology. Now, one of them continues the project and finds it...

Atelier1 Aims To Break Down Stereotypes

Atelier1, one of the most interesting concept stores in Ukraine, is located in a Kyiv bunker built when the Soviet Union was expecting World...

Making Folk Culture Fashionable Again

Tetyana Solovey wears many hats. She’s the editor of Vogue Ukraine, a fashion writer and a part-time PR agent for the Ivan Honchar Museum...

Kiev Fashion Days Dispatch: Day 1

This is the first of a series of dispatches by Maria Romanenko from Kiev Fashion Days. Each day, she will publish an account of...

Kyiv Fashion Dispatch: Number 3

This is the third in a series of dispatches by Maria Romanenko from Kiev Fashion Days. Each day, she will publish an account of...

Kyiv Fashion Bonanza: Dispatch 4

This is the fourth in a series of dispatches by Maria Romanenko from Kiev Fashion Days. Each day, she will publish an account of...

Fashion Designer Masha Reva Returns To Making Art

The Odessa-born artist and fashion designer bears the famous last name of her father, the accomplished architect and sculptor Mikhail Reva. However, her breakout...