Ukrainian for “phoenix”.
This haori and hakama are made by cycling up vintage T-shirts on the verge of being discarded.
It expresses the aesthetics of the Ukrainian army fighting against Russia, not the aesthetics of perdition, but the aesthetics of not perishing.
The “aesthetics of perdition” refers to the beauty that a person or a group shows when they are about to be scattered.
It represents the generals and soldiers who fought valiantly against an enemy they could never hope to defeat and were prepared to die.
The graphic skull represents the meaning of “not fearing death”.