Attacked head-on on the night of February 24, 2022 by the armies of the Russian president Vladimir PoutineKiev, the capital of the country is no longer the only destination of the bombardments made by Russia.
Since that day, the Russian-Ukrainian war has been raging and personalities from all over the world have not lackedsupport Ukraineboth financially and from a clothing point of view, since to contemplate the photos immortalized in this Fashion Weekfashion journalists, artistic directors and their style colleagues benefit from the fashion week to raise the colors of the Ukrainian flagby multiplying the appearances dressed in blue and yellowe. Because on the margins of pink, elected as the spring-summer 2022 star colours, these two pop colors stand out, which celebrities wear in one way: in color block blue and yellow.
Blue and yellow: the colors of clothes that stars choose to support Ukraine
From New York to London, via Milan and Paris, the fashion capitals welcomed the biggest headliners of our generation. Among them, the sparkling Scandinavian Emily Sindlev, who came to run the parades with her companion Mads Emil Madsen. What do the couple have in common? Match your outfits by surfing on the trend of matching outfit by choosing the blue and yellow as a rallying point. Colorful looks that have made the rounds on social networks and in particular Instagram, on which the influencer has more than 713k subscribers who love her style.
In the same line, leonie hannealready accustomed to ultra-colorful outfits, has in turn followed suit solidarity movement by bringing together the two flagship colors. For blue, the star opts for matching pleated trousers with a woven bag and sunglasses with matching lenses. For yellow, the German fashionista bets on a cut-out turtleneck sweater and a mimosa wool coat. In the same spirit, Gili Biegun, the Italian blogger of Israeli origin also took advantage of the highlighting ofa street style of Fashion Week to demonstrate its support for Ukraine through fashion.
Fashion Week is also an opportunity for designers to support Ukraine and the associations mobilized. This is particularly the case of the French luxury house Balenciaga and its artistic director Demna Gvasalia, whose Instagram accounts swear by the blue and yellow, just like the outfit worn by the artistic director during the presentation of his collection, held this Sunday, March 6 at the Parc des Expositions du Bourget in Paris. On the chairs, guests at the parade could find the same t-shirt with Ukraine flag colors as well as a letter composed by the deeply touched stylist. Balenciaga, but also Isabel Marant, since the founder of her eponymous label closed her fall-winter 2022-2023 show dressed in a tie-dye sweatshirt, itself blue and yellow. Proof that fashion is not only a question of appearance, it is also political.