Drabyna project from ETNODIM. It is a platform of opportunities for designers and beginners alike. This is more than a competition, because you can take part and send a sketch at the end of any month during the year.
And now we want to introduce you to the work of the next participant - Anna Brytova. Anya created a sketch in a week. According to her, she took longer to choose from the drawn options to send, and stopped at the first. She had heard of ETNODIM before when she saw one of our compains on social media networks. Anya studied to be a fashion designer, but did not complete the last course. Now she works as a stylist and creates images for brands and client shoots.
The participant comments on the Drabyna project as follows: “It's an incredible opportunity to see creative endeavors and sketches turn into a finished product. It's incredibly cool.”
Indeed, for people of creative professions it is important to see how their ideas come to life and become something real in the material world. When Anya came to Etnodim to discuss the details of how the dress was made, she noticed the homely atmosphere in production and told us that she liked the way Etnodim worked and created designs. Like one big family working on a common cause. This is how modern Ukrainian fashion should be.
"I met almost everyone, at least it seems to me so. It was interesting to discuss the future design with the designer and designer of the brand. Once again I was convinced that there are many small, but super important nuances in the creation of dresses. And it seems to me that we have very a friendly team and a supportive relationship."
Here is what Anya advises to the following participants and participants in the project: "Do not be afraid to try your hand and participate in such projects. These are enchantingly cool emotions. It may be a little difficult, but it’s definitely worth it. I would really like to see more such brands in Ukraine, they are so serious and picky about the production of clothes. I like that you have design and quality ahead of quantity and coverage, at least I got that impression. And here's how not to want and not try to cooperate with such a brand? "
According to Ann, local brands are more important, because in the modern world, where there is so much far-fetched consumption, high-quality local brands are more important.
We are delighted to discover the depth and aesthetic tastes of our members every time. Their outlook and openness are impressive. We present a sketch and expect new ideas. Do not hesitate, send! Lyricist - Manana Glonti Project DRABYNA