The Kalenda collection was developed in addition to the beloved Scarlett and Azur series, and addresses the Mix&Match trend (mix and match), which has become one of the leading trends in contemporary design. The author amazingly solved a complex artistic and practical task: on the one hand, “Kalenda” is an absolutely independent line, at the same time, any item from the new series will become a bright accent addition to previously created collections: this is how the cold green color of the needles supports the combination with the “Azur” collection, the spectacular scarlet color of the ribbons is in tune with the Scarlett collection. The name "Kalenda" is oriented to the international market: in Latin "calendae" is the first day of the month. This word passed into European languages, and also, according to linguists, into Old Slavonic in the form of “Kolyada”, where it was most often used as a popular name for Christmas Eve. Thus, the name of the series incorporates images of the Christmas mood and the beginning of a new calendar period. Introducing wreaths of pine branches and decorative plants with berries into the decor, the author refers not only to the Western European Christmas tradition, but also to the artistic heritage of the Imperial Porcelain Factory, inspired by the compositions of one of the leading nineteenth-century porcelain painters Fyodor Krasovsky. The decor is made in the decal technique, but it gives the impression of hand painting. Based on fundamental knowledge in the field of design and screen printing, Yulia Chistyakova independently worked on the project from conception to printing, achieving maximum quality in the transfer of the thinnest lines and the creation of a relief.