Cannes Film Festival, one of the most important festivals in the world, began on May 17 and ran until May 28 on the French Riviera.
In 2020, the festival was canceled due to the pandemic, and in 2021 it was held in an abbreviated format. This year the festival was held in the usual mode, but under unusual circumstances – during the war in Ukraine. Celebrities from all over the world express their solidarity with Ukraine by choosing an outfit from a Ukrainian manufacturer or the colors of the Ukrainian flag.
Owner of the international company Amillidius, director, producer Elvira Gavrilova and designer, owner of the brand Armoire Angelica visited the Cannes Film Festival wearing outfits with Ukrainian symbols and attracted the attention of the world media.
L’Officiel Monaco interviewed the girls and found out all the details of their looks.
It turned out that Ukrainians came to the festival «with the idea that Ukrainians need to declare themselves». According to Elvira, it was important for them to show Ukraine in all its beauty. And, of course, they succeeded in doing it. Especially for the red carpet, Armoire created a unique dress for girls made of light, transparent material with hand-embroidered patterns of the coat of arms of Ukraine. They complemented the look with jewelry by the company BUUNT, whose production is located in Ukraine, and the company itself first announced itself in England.
Elvira and Angelica were attracted to this brand because each item is unique and there is no other like it. Every detail, every stroke of enamel, texture and stone is like a work of art. The secret of such individuality is hidden in the technique of creating products – the Japanese technique Mokume-Gane. At first glance, it resembles a fingerprint, the texture of wood or a rare stone, but here the secret is in the art of the master and working with metals and processing temperature. The most interesting thing is that all collections are created by hand, there are no mechanical interventions – this is the history of the master, metals, stones and paints.
BUUNT is luxury in details with Ukraine in the heart. And, of course, this approach is more relevant than ever before.