Tanya Litkovska was born in Kyiv, Ukraine and as a child, she spent a lot of time with her grandmother, who was a singer in a Ukrainian Folk Choir.

‘’I don't remember much from my childhood, but those nights at my babunya's (eng. - grandmother) I will never forget. Every night she used to sing Ukrainian folk songs to me. At that young age, I didn't fully understand the meaning of the songs, but I was captivated by their melodies. As I grew older, I began to appreciate the profound impact that my grandmother's singing had on me, shaping my deep love and appreciation for Ukrainian culture.’’


Tanya Litkovska has brought the heritage of her homeland to United States where eponymous brand was found. Through her brand, Tanya has produced her debut Crown Collection, that was showcased in one of the South Beach hotels. This headband collection features hair pieces hand-crafted from pure silk and encompasses the values of craftsmanship and femininity. Unlike other collections that are created seasonally and come and go with the latest trends, this particular line has proven to be timeless. First created in 2015, it continues to exist as a classic accessory.



A year later, TANYA LITKOVSKA received a request from a French customer, who was looking for a non-ordinary head piece for her very special day. The headpiece had 457 natural pearls and Swarovski crystals and compelled the designer to launch a new line of wedding accessories. Tanya spent months sketching, experimenting with different materials, and finally the Bridal Headband Collection was launched. 



Braided, Bow, Knotted, Jeweled, Turban and Patch headbands created. Accessories line has expended, and now the brand feature raw silk belts and shawls, and unique earrings and bracelets crafted with raw stones. 


In 2022, Ukraine was plunged into a full-scale war, prompting many of its citizens to rally around the cause of their country. Among them were Ukrainian designers and business owners, who used their platforms to raise awareness and funds. One such effort was the Blue Yellow Collection, which prominently featured Ukraine's national colors and sought to draw attention to the illegal and horrific acts taking place. Part of the profit goes to donation to multiple charity funds, in an effort to support the protection and defense of Ukraine.