A Slavic workshop of stylists and photographers called Treti Pivni who translates as Third Rooster. We have decided to bring back one of the more amazing Ukranian traditions by giving it a new meaning. Treti has recently created an amazing new series of portraits featuring women and children wearing traditional Ukrainian headdresses.
The floral wreaths, worn here by the models of this series, are traditionally crafted for girls and young, unmarried women as a sign of their “purity” and marital eligibility. Now, though, the artists are using them as a reminder of Ukrainian identity in rough times the country is going through. Model Nadiia Shapoval told Vogue Magazine, “I think we are coming back to floral themes because fashion is starting to react on wars that we are having around the globe. We need some tenderness.”
Here are some of the Beautiful Artwork by Treti Pivni. You can find more on their Instagram.