Elvira Gavrilova and Angelica. Special interview for L’Officiel Monaco
Producer, CEO of the international marketing company “Amillidius”, owner of glossy business magazines Elvira Gavrilova and designer, owner of the brand “Armoire” Angelica, who represented Ukraine at the Cannes Film Festival, gave an interview for L’Officiel Monaco, in which they talked about their mission at the film festival.
At the Cannes Film Festival, Ukrainians Elvira Gavrilova and Angelica amazed all the world’s media with their paired outfits with the national symbols of Ukraine — the coat of arms, thus once again drawing attention to the theme of war in their native country. L’Officiel Monaco expresses their solidarity with Ukraine, so they could not help but take the opportunity to talk with two wonderful representatives of Ukraine.
In a special interview, the girls said that their main task at the Cannes Film Festival is to show what Ukrainian culture is.
“Someone is trying to destroy our culture, but we are here to show everyone that our culture exists, it is alive, it has something unique, its own identity, and very beautiful handwriting,” says Elvira.
“The main task of Ukrainian women now is to maintain faith in victory and support Ukraine and its defenders. /…/ The Cannes Film Festival has become a great opportunity to draw the attention of society to the events taking place in Ukraine,” Angelica is sure.
For their appearance on the red carpet, the girls chose outfits and jewelry from Ukrainian manufacturers.
The dresses were designed by the brand “Armoire”, which has always been distinguished by very feminine, exciting looks.
As for jewelry, the girls opted for products from BUUNT. It is surprising that the production is located in Ukraine, but the company first announced itself in England, from which it began its journey around the world.
Each BUUNT product 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 detail with Ukraine in the heart.