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November 10, 2015

Help Yourself show in Moscow

After showing new ‘Help Yourself’ collection in Paris, ZDDZ heads to Moscow to stage a presentation during local Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. We traditionally chose unexpected location. This season it’s EMA, the hottest pop up space of the last summer which will be closed right after ZDDZ event.

We haven’t staged a classic catwalk show: models chilled around the club space. As in previous few seasons, we haven’t booked actual models for the show. This season we done Instagram casting and chose real people we love to showcase the clothes.


October 7, 2014

Style.com on VFILES SS15 selection

VFiles has just announced the newest crop of designers for the Spring 2015 show, and Style.com got the first look at the list. The four designers showing at the September 3 show at Webster Hall in New York are Moscow-based Tigran Avetisyan of menswear label Tigran, Tokyo-based Detto Kazuma of menswear label DTTK, New York-based Hygein Hamm of the denim label Hamm, and London-based Dasha Selyanova of womenswear label ZDDZ. Calvin Klein’s Italo Zucchelli, Candy Pratts Price, and stylist Mel Ottenberg are all throwing their weight behind the show this season, acting as judges and mentors for the program. They, along with the VFiles team and the online community, helped select this latest group.

October 7, 2014


ZDDZ is proud to announce that they are going to exclusively show the SS15 collection with VFILES on the 3rd of September 2014.

April 25, 2014

ZDDZ for Oh my in Calvert journal

“ZDDZ is graphics and provocation. Oh, my is simplicity and practicality. I combined these two and realised that graphics plus simplicity equals essential geometric shapes: rectangular, square, triangle and circle,” says Selyanova. “I tried to apply these shapes to garments and see what works better. The circle was too boring, triangles looked like the Eighties or Star Wars costumes, so I used squares and rectangules. When I design for ZDDZ I approach a garment like a blank piece of paper ignoring the seams; it’s not just a frontal print, it continues on the back and sleeves. I used the same approach doing this collection, I think it’s a great fusion of our brands.”

Please follow the link to read the full post here Calvert journal

November 20, 2013

Shooting for the online shop

November 20, 2013

ZDDZ crew