Zoot has always been about building creative bridges and forging a multicultural global community – all in support of freedom of expression, artistry and humanity.

As we watched the situation unfold in Ukraine and began providing support to our Ukrainian friends and colleagues, we knew we needed to do something more, to help in some small way. So, we did what came naturally – we reached out to our global network of journalists, designers and artists.

Together, we recognised that the chance to amplify the voices of Ukraine was in line with Zoot’s origins, and we decided to start with what we have always done: connecting with people by sharing stories.

Enter Ukraine calling, our series featuring Ukrainian designers and artists.


Zoot Sees

Illustrating the Sculpting data

Dive deeper into the collaboration between fashion designer Matthew David Andrews, the illustrators of Drawing Cabaret Couture and ZOOT, where…

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Zoot Shoots

Sculpting data

Blurring the lines between reality and virtuality, ZOOT has the opportunity to present its second collaboration with Drawing Cabret Couture,…

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Ukraine calling

Never in disguise, revisited: An interview with Ukrainian photographer Tatyana Kizeeva

With her editorial "Never in disguise", Ukrainian photographer Tatyana Kizeeva takes us into the streets of Barcelona, to Avinguda Diagonal,…

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Never in disguise

Ukrainian photographer, Tatyana Kizeeva, takes us into the streets of Barcelona, to Avinguda Diagonal, the great street that cuts Barcelona…

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Zoot Shoots

ETIC: Artist brushstrokes

If we could be transported for a moment into a work of art, or even a fantasy book, where would…

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Zoot Shoots

Backstage entrance — part two

ZOOT goes streetstyle with curated AW24 looks from ModaLisboa For Good. In our feature “Backstage entrance” we will take a…

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