Photographer
Pavel Golik
  

Anna Galagenko AW 22/23

About the brand:

ANNA GALAGANENKO is a young Milan based label founded in 2017 as a monobrand for shirts. A year later the label was extended and change its name to AnnaGalaganenko. The mane value in Anna’s designs is to stay present and respondto a new challenges in today’s world. She gets the inspiration in a contemporaryart and a the influence of colour and design on self-expression.Since 2019 Anna Galaganenko was successfully presented its collections duringParis Fashion Week. The label's signature designs are effortless shirts with aunique or limited edition fabric pattern, reworked jeans and “Chanel jacket” madeout of the little leftover snippets. All items produced in Italy, at the same factory asDior, Etro and Balenciaga or at Anna’s owns studio.Since the beginning sustainability was a natural necessity of the project: sampleshirts and jeans were developed out of used men’s items. While new clothes ismade out of the meticulously chosen existing luxury stock fabrics, produced in theNorth of Italy - the best known region for the quality product, which appealsimmediately from the thirst touch.Latest collections presents more reworked textile experiment. Anna used scraps,snippets and fallout fabric from her suppliers allowing her to give the wasted bitsa new life in a “re- invented fabric”. Silk craps organised into a patchwork; thedenims were washed, re-worked, turned into yarn and woven into clothing. Shirtsare still the core product of the brand and they come in a unique and very limitedcolour combination. Loose or slim fit classic cotton version with versatile buttonoptions or comfortable cotton flannels which seems to be the best fabric on Earth.

AW 22/23 description:

At the beginning of each of Anna's collections stands a question: what do weneed to upcycle right now? Designer often speaks with factories, friends and IGfollowers to find out what kind of waste they would like to share in order to give ita new life. And starting from there, the design process goes on. The upcycledresult of this year's effort was a patchwork silk dress made out of print trial fabric(containing all the technical information on the fabric) mixed together with a fabricsamples provided from the couture designer from Milan; and a long patchworkcoat made partly with a fabric samples from the Manteco factory(famously knownfor their sustainable approach). New textures presented thanks to the upcyclingexperiments with old jersey clothing knitting technic. There were many requestsfrom Anna's established customers for new additions to the range of her flannelshirts which came out in 5 new models, in each case with a couple of options towear them, which gives the user the liberty for alternative looks, different usecases and the prolongation of the life of the garment. Anna continues toexperiment with the small snippets regeneration fabric, upcycled jersey knittingand reworked denim. The collection is full of colours as all previous seasons, butis presented in deeper and richer tones including black, which gives them thesense of more deep thoughts.

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Credits

Photographer
Pavel Golik
     
Style
Veronika Dronova
Model
Alissia
     
Beauty
Stella Grossu
Stylist Assistant
Vlad Avksenenko
     
AW 22/23
Anna Galagenko

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