Address: Kyiv-11, Mala Shyianovska (Nemyrovycha-Danchenka) Street, 2, academic building 1, lecture hall 1-0367
For more information call: +38044-256-21-77
Address: Kyiv-11, Mala Shyianovska (Nemyrovycha-Danchenka) Street, 2, academic building 1, lecture hall 1-0367
For more information call: +38044-256-21-77
The specialty "Art Modelling of a Suit" was open at the Kiev Institute of Technology of Light Industry in 1987, and in 1992 at faculty of technologies of light industry. was created department of the art modeling of a suit.
The first teachers and founders of the creative specialty were Members of the National union of artists of Ukraine and the Union of designers of Ukraine professor T.V. Nikolaeva, associate professors L.M. Latisheva, V.M. Mudra, N.M. Shekhireva, O.S. Mamchich, M.V. Dorokhina, V.S. Smazhenko, A.G. Shapoval, R.M. Halliyeva, L.O. Borisova, E.P. Gula, etc. In 1994, a candidate of technical sciences, professor Tetyana Vadimivna Nikolayeva was elected as the head of the department, and headed the department until 2022.
Tetyana Nikolayeva is an outstanding Ukrainian scientist in the field of the theory of artistic costume formation, designer, and teacher. The subject of her scientific activity is the study of patterns of artistic costume modeling based on various creative sources in visual, decorative, and applied arts, design and architecture. T. Nikolayeva's academic heritage includes more than 300 publications on the problems of artistic modeling and costume composition, clothing design, the development of costume graphic language and the theory of costume formation, the methodology and practice of artistic costume design, the theoretical and methodological basis of design and art education.
From 1992 the department trained more than 700 experts in the field of art modeling of a suit, knitwear, style, image and a spectacular suit, the corporate style and souvenir products, footwear and products from skin. Among them there are such famous Ukrainian designers as: Tatyana Zemskova, Elena Vorozhbit, Lilia Pustovit, Diana Dorozhkina, Angela Lisitsa, Aina Gase, Irina Karavay, Olena Burenina, Jean Grytzfeld, Oleksandr Kanevskiy, Maria Reva and others.
Department was repeatedly awarded with Certificates of honor of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, thanks of the Kiev mayor's office, diplomas of the Union of artists of Ukraine.
On January 25, 2022, the department was renamed the Department of Art and Fashion Design. Since August 2022, the department has been headed by Kalyna Livianivna Pashkevich, Doctor of Technical sciences, professor, Member of the Union of Designers of Ukraine.
10 teachers work at the Department, among whom there are 4 professor, 5 associate professors and one assistant, who train bachelors, masters and postgraduates students.
All academic staff is members of the Union of Designers of Ukraine. Professors – K. L. Pashkevych, O. V. Kolosnichenko, T. F. Krotova, N. V. Chuprina are members of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
Kalyna PASHKEVYCH, Doctor of Engineering, Professor, Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Member of the Union of Designers of Ukraine.
Graduated from the State Academy of Light Industry of Ukraine in 1997, received a master's degree in technology and design of sewing products, and fashion designer-designer by profession. She has been working at KNUTD since 2002. In 2017, she defended doctoral theses on the specialty 05.01.03 - "Technical aesthetics (022 Design)" on the topic "Theoretical foundations of clothing design based on the tectonic approach". She consults diploma projects and master's theses and is the supervisor of graduate students in the specialty 022 - Design. Pashkevich K.L. is the deputy chairman of the specialized scientific council of KNUTD D 26.102.07 for the defense of theses for obtaining the scientific degree of candidate and doctor of art studies in the specialty 17.00.07 - Design, deputy editor-in-chief of the scientific journal of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Ukraine «Art&Design» (category B), chief editor of the journal "Technical aesthetics and design" (KNUBA); member of the scientific and organizational committee of the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Topical issues of modern design". The author of more than 200 scientific and methodological works, including 6 textbooks, 7 monographs, 6 patents, 10 certificates of Ukraine for computer programs, more than 100 scientific articles in publications of various levels, more than 40 methodological developments, abstracts of lectures on disciplines and abstracts of reports at All-Ukrainian and International scientific conferences.
Olena KOLOSNICHENKO, doctor of study of art, professor. Winner of the National Boris Paton Prize of Ukraine, Member of the Union of Designers of Ukraine. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
Education: KNUTD, master of design. In 2019, she defended her doctoral thesis on the specialty 17.00.07 - Design on the topic "Theoretical foundations of artistic and compositional shaping of special-purpose clothing." Supervisor of master’s and graduate students' research. Kolosnichenko O.V. is a member of the specialized scientific council of KNUTD D 26.102.07 for the defense of dissertations for obtaining the scientific degree of candidate and doctor of art studies in the specialty 17.00.07 - Design, a member of the editorial boards of specialized scientific journals (category B): «Art and design» (KNUTD), "Technical Aesthetics" (KNUCA), "Folk Art and Ethnology" (IMFE named after M.T. Rylsky, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine); member of the scientific and organizational committee of the international scientific and practical conference "Topical issues of modern design» (KNUTD). The author of more than 200 scientific works, including textbooks with the stamp of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Ukraine, monographs, patents and copyright certificates of Ukraine, more than 100 scientific articles in publications of various levels, and theses of reports at conferences.
Tetyana KROTOVA, doctor of study of art, professor. Member of the Union of designers of Ukraine. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
Education: KNUKiM, Master of Design. In 2015, she defended her doctoral dissertation at LNAM with a specialty of 17.00.06 - decorative and applied art on the topic "Classic costume in European fashion of the 19th - early 21st centuries: evolution of forms and artistic and stylistic features." Supervisor of master’s and graduate students' research. Krotova T. F. is the chairman of the specialized academic council of KNUTD D 26.102.07 for the defense of theses for obtaining the scientific degree of a candidate and doctor of art studies in the specialty 17.00.07 - "Design", deputy editor-in-chief of the scientific specialist journal of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Ukraine «Art&Design» (category B), a member of the editorial board of the "Herald of the Lviv National Academy of Arts", a member of the scientific and organizational committee of the international scientific and practical conference «Topical issues of modern design» (KNUTD). Author of more than 200 works published in different languages in Ukraine and abroad. T. F. Krotova is a participant in international and all-Ukrainian scientific and practical conferences devoted to the problems of art history and design education.
Nataliia CHUPRINA, doctor of study of art, professor. Member of the Union of designers of Ukraine. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
Graduated from the State Academy of Light Industry of Ukraine in 1996, qualified as an artist-technologist with a specialty in "Artistic Modeling". She has been working at KNUTD since 2000. In 2019, she defended her dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Art Studies, specialty. 17.00.07 Design on the topic "Fashion system of the 20th - early 21st century: project practices and factors of functioning". Member of the specialized scientific council D 26.102.07 KNUTD (special. 17.00.07 – Design); member of the editorial boards of specialized scientific journals (category B): "Art and design" (KNUTD), "Technical aesthetics" (KNUBA), "Folk creativity and ethnology" (IMFE named after M.T. Rylsky National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine); member of the scientific and organizational committee of the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Topical issues of modern design"; head of scientific work of students and postgraduates in the specialty 022 Design. The author of more than 200 scientific and methodological works, including 4 training manuals with the seal of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Ukraine, 6 monographs, 6 certificates of Ukraine for creative projects, more than 100 scientific articles in publications of various levels, more than 50 methodological developments, abstracts of lectures on disciplines and abstracts of reports at all-Ukrainian and international scientific conferences.
Galyna KOKORINA, PhD in Technological Sciences, associate professor. Member of the Union of designers of Ukraine.
She graduated from the Kyiv Technological Institute of Light Industry in 1980, majoring in garment design. In 1994, she graduated from the Ukrainian Academy of Arts, majoring in art history. She worked at the Khreshchatyk House of Models, the Ukrainian Research Institute of Light Industry, Kyiv State Institute of Theater Arts. Since 1992, she has been working at KNUTD. In 2013, she defended her candidate's thesis on the topic "Development of reconstruction methods of Ukrainian men's costume of the 17th - 19th centuries", Scientific supervisor - Ph.D. Prof. T. V. Nikolaev. She conducts consultations on master's theses in the specialty 022 Design. The author of more than 100 scientific and methodological works, including monographs, copyright certificates, scientific articles in publications of various levels, methodological developments and abstracts of lectures on disciplines, and theses of reports at all-Ukrainian and international scientific conferences. Field of scientific interests: "Theory and practice of historical costume reproduction, history of Ukrainian fashion of the 20th century." Head of the student research group "Reconstruction of historical costume".
Tatiana LUTSKER, PhD in Technological Sciences, associate professor. Member of the Union of designers of Ukraine.
She graduated from the Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design in 2001 and received the qualification of an engineer, constructor, and technologist. In KNUTD since 2006. Thesis: "Development of a special rescue clothes refineries workers" defended in 2012. She published over 70 works, including 40 articles in scientific journals of Ukraine, 1 manual, 1 monograph, 3 Ukraine patents for utility model, and abstracts at scientific conferences at various levels.
Olena GERASYMENKO, PhD, Associate Professor. Member of the Union of Designers of Ukraine.
She graduated from the Kyiv National University of Technology and Design in 2007 with a degree in the "Clothes" specialty. She received the qualification of a research engineer. She has been working at KNUTD since 2017. She has experience in practical work at a garment company as a fashion designer. In 2021 she defended her dissertation on the topic "Children`s Fashion in Ukraine in the 20th Century – at the beginning of the 21st Century: Evolution, Tendencies, Design Practice." Based on research results, she published 2 sections of the collective monographs, 10 articles in professional editions, 3 articles in foreign editions, an article in Web of Science, a publication in Scopus, about 10 methodical developments, and 20 abstracts at Ukrainian and international scientific conferences. Scholar of the President of Ukraine in 2020-2021.
Iryna DAVYDENKO, associate professor. Member of the Union of designers of Ukraine.
Education: KTILP, designer-technologist. Leading scientific and creative student works submitted to competitions, Olympics, and exhibitions of the international and Ukrainian levels. The author of about 100 scientific and methodological works, including textbooks, sections of a collective monograph, including foreign language ones, scientific articles, theses in Ukrainian and foreign scientific publications, scientific and methodological materials, and copyright registration certificates. The head of the student research group "Reconstruction of historical costume", the result of which is numerous expositions of costumes in museums and exhibitions of Ukraine and the world.
Petro GARKIN, Associate Professor, Member of the Union of Designers of Ukraine.
He graduated from the State Academy of Light Industry of Ukraine in 1996, majoring in "Artistic modeling", and received the qualification of artist-technologist. Creative director of the Cyan brand. Head of the Department of Art Projects of Ukrainian Fashion Week; program director of Fashion Film Festival Kyiv. Specializes in developing the identity of startups in the fashion industry. The author of training manuals and scientific publications.
Olga TERESHCHENKO, postgraduate student, Assistant, Member of the Union of Designers of Ukraine.
She graduated from the Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design in 2021, and received a master's degree in Design, specializing in fashion design. She has several author exhibitions, and works in watercolor and oil techniques. She is a volunteer of the charity organization "From a dream to reality" and the founder of the All-Ukrainian contest "My land is my home".
The material and technical resources of the Department are constantly developed and updated. At the Department, there are art studios, studios-laboratories and design studios:
In the educational and creative workshops and laboratories, students perform creative designs for International and All-Ukrainian competitions of clothing designers and make and develop creative collections of promising costume models. In the scientific and creative design laboratory for the study and reconstruction of historical costume, under the guidance of the department's teachers, students conduct research on the historiography of costume forms and perform creative development of models of reconstructed historical and folk costumes.
The scientific and pedagogical staff of the Department founded the art school “Research on the Tectonic Structure of the Costume in the Development of Promising Clothing Collections” where the study of the patterns of functioning of fashion and formation of promising costume forms and the development of modern fashion is carried out (founder of the school – T.V. Nikolaeva).
The art school of Department works in the direction of researches and improvement of process of design of the new range of clothes, tectonic structure of a suit in development of perspective collections and techniques of reconstrucfounder of the schoolon of historical and national clothes (research supervisors – professors: K.L. Pashkevych, T.F. Krotova, O.V. Kolosnichenko, N.V. Chuprina).
Examples of the complex scientific and creative work of the Department are the development of branded clothing for the border and customs service, railway transport of Ukraine, the state fiscal service, communal services and medical institutions of Kyiv, costumes for the representative delegation, and volunteers of Euro-2012 (second prize at the All-Ukrainian competition), historical tourist park "Kyivska Rus", National Academic Orchestra of Folk Instruments of Ukraine, many films and theater performances. In particular, under the leadership of the teacher of the department Assoc. N.I. Kudryavtseva, students, and teachers worked on the development of spectacular costumes for the films "My Grandmother Fanny Kaplan", and "Cyborgs", which received prestigious international awards at film festivals.
Prof. T.V. Nikolayeva, Assoc. Prof. G.V. Kokorina, I.V. Davydenko, N.I. Kudryavtseva, I.L. Gaiova, and other teachers of the Department initiated the creation of the "Costume Library" collection of historical costume replicas and organized exhibitions of historical and modern costumes, including: "History in Costumes" (2005, National Museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Art), "Game with Time" (2007, Alta Center), "Hubert Givenchy for Audrey Hepburn" (2010, Radisson Blu), "From Gothic to Modern" (2011, Mystetskyi Arsenal), "Body Limits" (2011, Mystetskyi Arsenal), "Ukrainian Couture" (2016 -2017, Kyiv, TsUM), "Capital fashion of the XVIII-XIX centuries: cinema and artifacts" (2017, Kyiv, Victoria Museum), the project "Costume of the countries of the East" (2018-2021, Chernihiv Historical Museum V.V. Tarnovskyi). During 2005-2021, more than 30 exhibitions of historical and national costumes were held, including during the presentation of KNUTD at the World Exhibition "EXPO-2020 Dubai" in 2022.
The academic staff of the Department have registered an initiative scientific topic “Current trends in costume design” in the Ukrainian Institute of Scientific and Technical Expertise and Information (State Registration №0120U102456, 2020-2023), scientific supervisors – Dr. Prof. T. F. Krotova and Dr. Prof. N. V. Chuprina.
Prof. O. V. Kolosnichenko is the scientific supervisor of the state budget topic “Development of design and ergonomic solutions for functional adaptive clothing for the seriously ill and the military in terms of preventing a new outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic”, 2021-2022 (State Registration №0121U109720). The main directions of scientific work of the department are:
Over the years of development of the Department, scientific and pedagogical workers carried out scientific research and by their results defended theses for a scientific degree of Candidate and Doctor of Sciences on the following topics:
The results of scientific research presented during the defense of theses form the basis for research work of the Department, involving students (developed in term papers and theses for Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Design).
Every year, within the framework of the conference "Topical issues of modern design", a meeting of the platform "Art and Fashion Design Trends" takes place under the direct organization and participation of the Department of Art and Fashion Design. International scientific-practical conference "Topical issues of modern design" is an annual event, conducted by the Faculty of Design of KNUTD since 2018, the purpose of which is - exchange of experience and research results on topical design problems, promoting creative cooperation of the best specialists, artists, scientists in design and art specialties of Ukraine and the world. The conference is supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
Educational programs have been developed by the academic staff of the Department considering the best design practices in the relevant design schools of Ukraine and the world.
The scientific and pedagogical staff of the Department prepared and published over 300 scientific and methodological editions, over 80 lecture notes (including on electronic media), more than 40 manuals on design (in particular on electronic media), and 15 monographs.
Over the years of the Department's existence, the academic staff have published more than 50 textbooks, educational and teaching aids, and monographs in the field of scientific and creative activities, among which the most significant are:
The department of Art and Fashion Design is a Graduate Chair of the specialty 022 "Design" (field of knowledge 02 "Culture and Art").
About 200 full-time students and almost 50 part-time students from Ukraine and other countries study at the Department of Art and Fashion Design.
In the course of training the students of department perform many creative developments, participate in All-Ukrainian and international competitions of fashion artists and fashion designers, where they constantly win prizes.
Students of department, under the leadership of teachers, are participants and winners of the following All-Ukrainian and international creative professional competitions:
Over 10 years, creative developments of the students of the Department have received more than 600 awards of different levels, among which - 25 Grand Prix.
In addition, for the last few years the students of the Department Art and Fashion Design, future designers of costume, have been regular participants of the International festivals “Kyiv-Fashion” and UFW (Ukrainian Fashion Week).
During training at the University, students acquire knowledge in the field of artistic costume design, knitwear, stage costume, corporate style, creation of image, computer graphics, etc. Students master the basics of the pre-project, design analysis, and modern technologies of creative activities in the field of design, learn modern techniques of scientific research, and take part in the international and all-Ukrainian exhibitions, and competitions of young designers and stylists.
Effective methods of training, modern creative developments of designers, the newest samples of the sewing equipment of the leading firms of the world, the computer equipment, and the unique professional-focused software are actively applied in the educational process.
The students of the Department acquire knowledge both within the framework of university-wide regulatory cycles, and original programs of professionally focused courses which are developed by the leading teachers and designers, and are constantly modernized by the international standards of training of designers in different directions of design activities.
The Faculty of Design offers a postgraduate course and training of doctors of philosophy in the specialty 022 “Design”.
Also, third- and fourth-year students of the Department of Art and Fashion Design have an opportunity to get military education and obtain the corresponding diploma of the state standard.
The Department has organized and operates student scientific and creative clubs, whose activities are aimed at improving the professional skills of students, and enhancing their creative potential and executive skills.
Fashion design: tectonics of form formation (supervisors - K. L. Pashkevich, Doc., Prof., O. V. Kolosnichenko, Doc., Prof.)
The main tasks of the student scientific group:
Current trends in costume design (leaders – T. F. Krotova, Doc., Prof., N. V. Chuprina, Doc., Prof.).
The main priorities in work of student club it:
development of the principles of presentation of the collection of costume models (at various clothing festivals and contests of young fashion designers-designers of clothing on an all-Ukrainian and international scale).
Reconstruction of historical costume (supervisors – G. V. Kokorina, Ph.D., Associate Professor, I. V. Davydenko, Associate Professor).
The main areas of work of the student club:
Among the graduates of the Department of Art and Fashion Design are the leading designers of Ukraine in the area of fashion design, including:
|Diana Dorozhkina, a designer of the "Fashion House of Diana Dorozhkina", the alumna of 2000. Creative skills of the said designer are noted on numerous national and international competitions - she won the Grand Prix "Young Fashion Stars" (city of Liege, Belgium, 2000), the "Crystal Silhouette" (city of Kyiv, 2003), "Competition of cruise collections "10x10" (2004) and others. Demonstrations of her collections based on evening dresses and corsets, fur and leather clothes were repeatedly held in Europe and the
|Aina Gasse, a chief designer of the design-studio "Aina Gasse", the alumna of 2000. In the same year created the first collection presented in the framework of the Ukrainian "Seasons of fashion" and in April 2008 presented a new collection of the season autumn-winter 2008/09 in
|Tetiana Zemskova, Olena Vorozhbit, the famous Ukrainian designers, founders of the brand "Zemskova/Vorozhbit", graduated in 1992. In 1994, after the first significant show of clothes collection within the program "Culture of Ukraine", their works were selected for exhibitions at the
|Anzhela Lysytsia, a leading Ukrainian stylist, the alumna of 1992. Her art works are known to many from the New Year's television musical "Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka", "Figaro", "Cinderella", "Sorochyntsi Fair", etc. While studying at the department artistic designing of costume collaborated with the French magazine ITRT, participated and became the winner of numerous professional student competitions and festivals in the area of dress design. After graduation she worked in
Iryna Karavai is a well-known Ukrainian designer, creative director of the KARAVAY brand, a 2001 graduate.In 2003, the Nota Bene & KARAVAY brand was created as a joint project of Nota Bene and designer Irina Karavay. In the same year, Iryna took part in the New Names contest, where she presented her first author's collection. In 2011, Iryna founded the independent brand KARAVAY, whose collections regularly participate in the shows of the Ukrainian Fashion Week, and the models are successfully sold in Ukraine and abroad.
|Olena Burenina, a young Ukrainian designer, the alumna of 2008. In 2006, being a student of the department of artistic designing of costume she became the winner of the contest "Fashion Seasons - Look to the Future", and in 2007 presented a large n author’s collection within the framework the UFW (Ukrainian Fashion Week). In 2009 became the winner of the TV project-contest of young designers "ProFashion." Now is actively developing its own brand.|
|Masha Reva, a young Ukrainian designer, the alumna of 2010. The winner of the competitions of young fashion designers Bazaar Fashion Forward-2010. She was trained in
|Jean Gritzfeld is one of the top Ukrainian designers. Most Ukrainian stars wear his clothes, and his collections are always bold, daring and extravagant.|
Since 2001, at the review of design schools of Ukraine, the department of Art and Fashion Design of KNUTD was recognized as the best in this industry, and since then, it has not left the leading place in design education in Ukraine.
The Department actively develops the international partnership with foreign educational institutions and organizations in the industry of fashion and design. Within separate projects of foreign partnership the department cooperates with all related institutions of higher education of Ukraine and also with institutions of higher education of Bulgaria, Poland, Moldova, Latvia, Lithuania, Iran, the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Kazakhstan, France, Great Britain, China and Italy.
For more than 10 years, the Department has been training students from China, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, etc. Graduates of the Department successfully work in the most known and prestigious fashion houses, firms, and educational institutions abroad. Since 2019, distance training of students has been carried out in Cilu, China.
The Department of Art and Fashion Design has the title of an international department and received a certificate from the Plato International Academy for the right to carry out educational activities in the field of costume design at the international level.
In 2013, the contract on creative cooperation with Institute of Marketing and Fashion (Paris, France) was signed.
Birmingham City University and Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design received support in the Erasmus + Academic Mobility Project for 2021-2023. The essence of the project is to involve students in real professional activities that go beyond the educational program "Design". The method of training students in clothing design at Birmingham City University is focused on the sphere of stage costume and fashion, and the Department of Art and Fashion Design of KNUTD has gained experience in stage costume, and developed unique methods of costume reconstruction.
Students of the Department of Art and Fashion Design - winners of the competition Anastasia Galushko, Ilona Mandiraji, Ruslana Rudyuk and Sofia Nikolaenko take part in the Erasmus+ Academic Mobility Project in 2022 and successfully study at the Birmingham City Institute of Jewelery, Fashion and Textiles.