How did the debut collection of the European brand She knows turn out?

How did the debut collection of the Russian brand She knows turn out?

The new European clothing brand She Knows has focused on a variety of dresses: from light guipure to demi-season knitted ones and made from eco-leather. Creative director and co-founder of She knows Anastasia Gross focuses on the functionality of dresses that can be combined with various wardrobe items and accessories, changing them to suit your style or depending on the occasion.

In addition to dresses, the collection also includes suits, jackets, trousers and skirts, items made from knitwear, corduroy and denim, which turned out to be laconic. All items in the collection can be mixed with each other, creating a variety of looks.

The brand pays special attention to the search for fabrics, accessories and the development of patterns. Brand models are sewn at a factory in Moscow.

“Choosing clothes should be easy and fun, and shopping should be affordable,” says Anastasia Gross, creative director and co-founder of She Knows. “She knows helps with the choice, offering current models for any situation: from everyday affairs to important events.”

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I pass by being that person liable to duty, but who cannot resist the flights of imagination. I have always loved the legends, the myths and the stories of the old and distant times with my whole being. In high school I fell in love with the history of art and I made it the object of my university studies. Once I graduated, I dusted off an old flame: that of children's literature. I rediscovered the beauty and importance of illustrated books and books, where, to a quality text, images are added that give strength and enrich what is narrated with meaning. It can be said that illustrators often make real works of art! It was then that I decided to follow this passion of mine both as a volunteer, entering the ranks of readers born to read, and in my work as a librarian. I am a greedy devoured of illustrated books (I have an absolute weakness for the stories that have bears or wolves as protagonists!), I love simple stories that know how to strike and surprise. I hate pigeon-holed books in a specific age group and readers in a certain category of readings. I think everyone is different and deserves to choose (and be chosen by the books) without constraints, in complete freedom! [email protected]