The “EXTINCT AND RESURGENT” project created by a team of Ukrainian talents in a one-of-a-kind location in Kharkiv.

Dear Shaded Viewers,

The “EXTINCT AND RESURGENT” project is an allegorical story about extermination and resurrection, monsters of the past versus spirit of the future, and armoured heroines, wandering through haunted corridors of time. They rise on horrific remains of their land’s bygone usurpers, disoriented but survived, desperate yet illuminated with hope.

Shot in the space of Kharkiv State Natural History Museum, the editorial involves DZHUS ethical transformer outfits, Lada Legina 3D-printed jewellery and House Martin cruelty-free footwear – all these brands are run by Ukrainians.

Transformer clothing: DZHUS @dzhus.conceptual.wear
3D-printed jewellery: Lada Legina @ladalegina
Cruelty-free footwear: House Martin @housemartin_footwear
Photo and video: Greg Radomsky @greg_radomsky
Styling: Irina Dzhus / DZHUS Style Studio @irina.dzhus
Models: Anzhelika Chernobai @mopiestprincess, Marie Noel @marie_marie_noel, Asya Kulik @asya_kulik_, Kira Kieu @kirakieu
Makeup & hair: Tatiana Garkavenko @t.k.garkavenko, Daria Zhadan @_dariazhadan_, Elena Ostapenko @ostapenko.makeup
Music: Gennady Weisstein @man_without_one
Backstage video: Marina Ritz @marina_ritz
Special thanks to Etual beauty salon @etual_garmonia_i_krasota and Dima Francev @vapricot

CONTACTS

www.irinadzhus.com +380661267828 studio@irinadzhus.com FB: www.facebook.com/dzhus.conceptual.wear Insta: @dzhus.conceptual.wear

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Diane Pernet

A LEGENDARY FIGURE IN FASHION and a pioneer of blogging, Diane is a respected journalist, critic, curator and talent-hunter based in Paris. During her prolific career, she designed her own successful brand in New York, costume designer, photographer, and filmmaker.

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