Gunia Project has presented a new capsule collection. At the basis is everyday things but they are supplemented with decor or details borrowed from traditional culture.
Cloak prints were based on the embroidered towels of the Kyiv, Chernivtsi and Cherkasy regions of the 19-20th centuries and developed by illustrator Masha Gavrilyuk. Openwork sewing of a scarf repeats drawings of towels of the Poltava region. Pelerine on blouses resembles a "pancake", which was used in the outdoor clothes of the Poltava region of the late 19th century. Dropped sleeves were created under the impression of festive and everyday shirts of Central Ukraine.
"Casual, everyday shirt and towels are a utilitarian beauty. They were sewn and embroidered by hand, adorned with everyday life and were at the same time this life. In this case, "loftiness" was felt in everything. I wanted to make a new collection appropriate: everyday and comfortable, but with an element of generous beauty ", - says creative director Gunia Project Natalia Kamenska.
Vasilina Vrublevska shot photo history of the collection in the Zhytnyy market. This is one of the most beautiful buildings in Kyiv.