PASKAL CHARITY EVENT TOOK PLACE ON MAY 17
Ukrainian designer Yuliya Paskal and Masha Efrosinina charity initiative held the sale of PASKAL previous collections. 106 thousands UAH raised for charity in Royal Suit of Fairmont hotel during four hours. All funds from the sale were transferred to the charity foundation "Tvoya Opora".
The event was held with support of Ukrainian Fashion Week.
"Fashion industry is one of the brightest demonstration of capitalism, that is why I believe that everyone who works in fashion and encourage the "cult of consumption" should be responsible. My inner voice tells me that the charity is the way to support a "balance."
Now I feel a necessity and a possibility to hold a huge event. Together with the charity foundation "Tvoya Opora" and with support of Ukrainian Fashion Week we will hold a PASKAL charity sale, all funds from the sale will be transferred to the needs of sick children and orphans. I want to ask all friends of the brand, my friends and just people who want to help, to support us in this initiative. This is another opportunity to do some good thing today. And also to get a dress, which will be a beautiful reminder that you’ve helped someone."
"Unfortunately our country is taking one of the last places for charity in the world. There are many reasons for this indicator. However, at all times, in all countries, the main associate in the culture of charity were public people: people of art, media, sports, etc. I am infinitely happy that more and more such kind of people in our country are making the decision to show by their example that we have a compassion and how important nowadays to be a person who helps! I am very grateful to Julia Pascal for this action, and I wish it would be successful!"
Special thanks goes to Maurizio Aschero and Suur water pure.
Masha Yefrosynina and Yuliia Paskal
Yuliia Paskal, Masha Yefrosynina and Iryna Danylevska
Sonia Zabuha and Masha Yefrosynina
Maurizio Aschero and Masha Yefrosynina
Maurizio Aschero and Yuliia Paskal
Natalia Lystopad and Nadiia Yelko
Photographer: Maksym Nesterenko