Come back

2 min

26 May. 2023

15799

Made in Ukraine: Ukrainian designers and brands that are talked about all over the world

Popular
Way to Victory
Ukraine

Share:

Made in Ukraine: Ukrainian designers and brands that are talked about all over the world

The last decade has seen a breakthrough in the development of the Ukrainian fashion industry. Find out which Ukrainian designers and brands have gained international recognition and how they are helping on their home front

If you appreciate the Visit Ukraine project and our help, you can support the team's work
If you appreciate the Visit Ukraine project and our help, you can support the team's work
DONATE


Ukraine is famous for its unprecedented number of talented people, many of whom are designers and fashion designers. And they have proved it not by word but by deed, confidently establishing themselves in the fashion industry at the international level.

Today, Ukrainian designers not only represent and popularize Ukraine at international events and fashion weeks, but also dress the most famous Hollywood stars and world leaders. 


Ukrainian designers with a worldwide reputation


Ivan Frolov


The name Frolov is well known not only to Ukrainians, but also to international fashion representatives. The young designer has achieved incredible success by designing dozens of stunning collections of clothes and outfits for Ukrainian and international celebrities such as Sam Smith, Beyonce, Rita Ora, and Dua Lipa. In addition, his name is known for his huge contributions to charity, including after the start of the full-scale invasion.


So, from the first days of the war, the Frolov brand team has been developing new collections with Ukrainian motifs and symbols, as well as helping to manufacture equipment for our soldiers.


Also, Ivan Frolov, together with two Ukrainian artists, created his own NFT, in the form of a blue and yellow heart, which symbolized the courage of Ukrainians in the fight for freedom. 100% of NFT sales are donated to the production of tile carriers and bulletproof vests.




Lilia Litkovskaya


A designer who pioneered Ukrainian fashion and gained international recognition back in 2014. Today, Lilia collaborates not only with international stars, including Monica Bellucci and Naomi Campbell, but also dresses the First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska. Thus, a minimalist khaki dress with a militant character became a symbol of the resilience of Ukrainians and reminded international officials of the need to transfer weapons to the Ukrainian army during Olena Zelenska's legendary speech in the United States Congress.




In addition, Lilia Litkovska is actively engaged in social activities, reminding the world with her statements and collections of the need to support Ukraine in this difficult time.


Ruslan Baginsky


The Ukrainian king of accessories and hats managed to win the heart of not only Olena Zelenska, who appeared at a reception for Pope Francis wearing a hat from RB, but also international celebrities, including Madonna, sisters Bella and Gigi Hadid, Kat Gretchen and Miley Cyrus. In addition, the Ukrainian designer designed a special hat for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to thank her on behalf of Ukrainians for their help.




During the full-scale invasion, Baginsky launched many collections, drops, and campaigns in support of Ukraine and Ukrainians. Moreover, the designer personally took an active part in social and volunteer activities.


Kateryna Silchenko


A world-renowned designer whose fans include not only Ukrainian stars but also international artists such as Rita Ora. During the war, Kateryna Silchenko especially drew the world's attention to the events in Ukraine, launching many collaborations with international brands to support the country. In particular, she helps women and children affected by the armed aggression of the russian federation.




Visit Ukraine on social media: Telegram | YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | TikTok




Ukrainian brands that are known all over the world


BEVZA


The Ukrainian brand BEVZA has successfully won the hearts of the world's most famous stars, including the Hadid sisters, Selena Gomez, Emily Ratakovsky and Sophie Turner, both with its sophisticated clothes and the position of the brand's founder. After all, designer Svitlana Bevza is actively involved in popularizing Ukraine in the world through her incredible collections of clothing and accessories and charity.


ANDRE TAN


The founder of the brand, Andre Tan, is not only a well-known Ukrainian designer who built a successful career back in 2008, but also a responsible entrepreneur who, from the first days of the war, came to the aid of the army and instead of developing new collections, began to sew clothes, sleeping bags and body armor for the Armed Forces of Ukraine on his own equipment.




Vita Kin


Vita Kin is the first Ukrainian designer to win the trust of the world's most influential influencers, such as Demi Moore and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Vita Kin is a brand of Ukrainian embroidered dresses and shirts that successfully popularize the culture and ethnicity of Ukrainians around the world. The founder of the brand even created a collection of unique dresses with Ukrainian embroidery for Gucci.


So, everyone is working on their own front and doing their best to bring our Victory closer as soon as possible! And unity and steadfastness is what makes Ukrainians an invincible nation!


We remind you! The full-scale invasion of russia did not stop Ukrainian business, but rather pushed it to develop and expand to an international scale. Read our previous article to find out which Ukrainian companies have gained popularity abroad.


Photo: VistaCreate




You may be interested in:


Visit Ukraine Donation - make a good deed and an important contribution to the Victory of Ukraine;

Visit Ukraine Tours - the largest online database of tours to Ukraine for every taste;

Visit Ukraine Merch - choose patriotic clothing and accessories with worldwide delivery;

Visit Ukraine News - get the latest news and updates in our Telegram channel;

Cooperation - cooperation and advertising integrations with Visit Ukraine and Visit World projects.




Recommended articles

3 min

War The Legion of Freedom of russia and the RVC (RDC): who are they and what is their goal?

The Legion of Freedom of russia and the RVC (RDC): who are they and what is their goal?

The events in the Belgorod region have provoked many resonant reactions, both among Ukrainians and the world community. Learn more about the history and motivation of the russian Freedom Legion and the russian Volunteer Corps

25 May. 2023

More details

3 min

War International Day of Missing Children: how many young Ukrainians were abducted by russia

International Day of Missing Children: how many young Ukrainians were abducted by russia

Unfortunately, the issue of missing children is a very acute problem around the world. And Ukrainians have faced the incredible scale of this tragedy due to the armed aggression of the russian federation. Find out how many children have been abducted by russia and why these actions are a sign of genocide against the Ukrainian people

25 May. 2023

More details

1 min

War Odessa in war: how the resort city lives and whether to wait for the beach season this year

Odessa in war: how the resort city lives and whether to wait for the beach season this year

Since the beginning of the war, the Ukrainian "pearl by the sea" has been one of the main targets of the russian army. However, the enemy's attempts have not been successful and the Ukrainian resort city continues to enjoy life under the free sky. Find out how Odesa lives during the war

25 May. 2023

More details

2 min

Events European Neighborhood Day is a date intended to symbolize the unity of people around the world: what is the paradox?

European Neighborhood Day is a date intended to symbolize the unity of people around the world: what is the paradox?

The international holiday - European Neighborhood Day - is considered to be a symbol of tolerant attitude towards those who live next door to you. Find out why this holiday has become a trigger for Ukrainians

26 May. 2023

More details