The idea of universal office workwear materialized in a capsule that kept the brand’s design identity: elements of menswear implemented in womenswear.
“We wanted to make sure our client’s wardrobe reflects their ambition. The outfits from the collection can be worn every day without feeling overdressed or underdressed – just like a perfect wardrobe staple," - says Svitlana Filiuk, the brand’s creative director.
The defining pieces are double-breasted blazer suits with slit skirts or shorts, as well as cropped blazer vests with side ties. Yet these sartorially creative details fade in favor of a pant/skirt suit number, formed by a detachable skirt flap. Office styling is impossible without a white shirt, and the collection offers two: classic and cropped options. A simple black shift dress provides another option for layering.
With a baseline of black tailoring, the colors for the collection are muted neutrals with a sky blue accent, as well as an unforeseen flash of neon green for days when one may need an extra energy boost besides coffee.
Photography: Denis Manokha
Style: Vladislav Askerov
Makeup and hair: Alexsandra Chekrizova
Model: Natalie Kononenko