When the Ordinary was Not Enough

With hyper-dynamic presence, much passion, and determination, Chantalle targets women and men who want to express joy to the world with bold colors and styles that are flirtatious, contemporary, and, at the same time, elegant. Her ethos of environmental sustainability has Chantalle constantly on the lookout to give second chances to fabrics, colors, and people.
fashion designer: CHANTALLE LITVAK FASHION STYLING: NATASHA TABUNOVA HAIR & MAKE-UP: MILI ROTTJER models: Maria Carlota faria (“LA MACA”), DIEGO SMOK photographer: flávio iryoda


A gorgeous multi-flowered skirt embroidered in joyful summer shades of salmon pink, turquoise, and green. Based on Chantalle’s ethos, both outfits can be used on the beach or given second chances as resort wear for poolside restaurants or lounges.


Inspired by exploring what produces happiness, what creates both the positive and negative aspects of joy. The cape design is a translucent turquoise with an elegant blue-on-blue texture matching a playful bikini that hints at starfish and seafoam.

Lifestyle in Motion

Created to show how garments can support a man’s active lifestyle by creating separates that highlight the male physique and athleticism. The top was ingeniously made with a cutout and safety pins linking the shirt. The fabric flows beautifully with movement, and its watery blue and green material is matched with loose black trousers that provide a refined and relaxed look.

Versatile and Fashionable

The men’s robe is designed to be used for multiple occasions, both formal and informal, while still maintaining a fashionable outlook. The robe’s luxurious fabric sparkles with multi-colored stripes expressing elegance yet light enough to have a more playful attitude. In this case, it is paired with casual white trousers, which only helped to emphasize the robe’s glittering shades of pink, green and blue.


The skirt and top were made with cleverly reused and recycled fabrics, which simultaneously exuded elegance and ethical behavior. The separate skirt is exceptionally flexible since it can be worn in multiple ways that consistently highlight the pink-cut out peeking out on the bottom and the split side, which can be opened or closed depending on the mood of the occasion.


Chantalle was fascinated to play with remains and leftover fabrics and transform the pants and blouse into these unique and innovative pieces. The upcycled garments were made to emphasize that sustainable consumerism is ethical and can also be beautiful. She wanted to mix textures such as denim, lace, and fabric patterns with flora, fauna, and vibrant colors to make these garments beautiful and joyous.