Ukranian fashion design company DressAddict has just launched its latest men’s and women’s collections.
Founded by Artem Gryshchenko and Victor Victorov, DressAddict describes itself as a “unique brand of the modern intellectual” clothing, whose aesthetic embodies “freedom, simplicity and space.”
Individual garments are designed through modeling, cutting, and experimenting with the actual cloth, to create an aesthetic that combines couture and casual. “Comfortable and unique” is how the designers describe their clothing, which, they say, can be worn everyday, either as a complete outfit, or as separates.
Monochromatic, using Italian fabrics — such as high-quality jersey — and with silhouettes that are sensitive to the form of the body, DressAddict’s collection appears to combine the best of both East and West and inner and outer awareness.
Garments, largely black, white, or gray, have the feel of draped architecture, partly Zen Buddhist temple and partly classical European glamour; part spirituality, part decadence. Think Yohji Yamamoto or Comme des Garcons meeting Chanel. We approve.