Ukrainian Fashion Week announced the second international season

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The war in Ukraine continues.  The next season will be another tragic and difficult one for Ukrainian designers and the entire fashion industry. As part of the UFW International Season FW23-24 Ukrainian  designers will present their collections in London, Berlin and Copenhagen.

London Fashion Week joins the Fashion Weeks that support the “Support Ukrainian Fashion” Initiative in the FW23-24 season. In February, Ukrainian brands FROLOV, KSENIASCHNAIDER and PASKAL will present theirs collections during  LFW.

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Iryna Danilevska, co-founder and CEO of Ukrainian Fashion Week

“The Ukrainian Fashion Week team expresses deep gratitude to our colleagues from London Fashion Week. This season, we will continue to present talented and brave designers of Ukraine on world catwalks thanks to international support. In the darkest times, each of us believes in a bright future. We are not stopping, Ukrainian designers continue to create new collections despite Russian missile strikes, lack of light, water and heat. These are collections that will go down in the history of the Ukrainian fashion industry, as evidence of its stability and indomitability, the qualities that all of Ukraine demonstrates to the world,” – says Iryna Danilevska, co-founder and CEO of Ukrainian Fashion Week.

Last season, in order to support the country’s designers, Ukrainian Fashion Week launched the “Support Ukrainian Fashion” Initiative. Thanks to the Initiative, 43 Ukrainian  designers presented their collections in Europe and the USA at Berlin Fashion Week, Copenhagen Fashion Week, Vegan Fashion Week (Los Angeles), Budapest Central European Fashion Week, Brussels Fashion Week, MBFW Madrid,  Vienna Fashion Week, Malta Fashion Week and Transilvania Fashion Festival. This season, thanks to the Ukrainian Fashion Week x London Fashion Week collaboration, Great Britain will become the tenth country to join the Initiative.

Photo: UFW

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