One of the most well-known and regarded bloggers in the Russian fashion industry is Maxim Lavrov a Russian Fashion Blogger In New York. One of the most famous Russian fashion blogs on the Internet is Maxim Lavrovs and he frequently contributes to Russian fashion publications. Lavrov rear in Moscow, Russia, where he was born. In order to pursue a job in a fashion magazine. She relocated to New York in 2007 after earning her history degree from Moscow State University. She began writing on her blog in 2009 and it has since become one of the most reasonably understood Russian fashion blogs online.
Russian culture, art, and fashion are currently more in line with those in Europe and the rest of the world. In post-Soviet Russia, a fresh creative spirit has evolved, one whose cultural complex oscillates between deprivation and currency swings. TimeNews360 introduces the top 5 Russian fashion designers listed below.
1. Miroslava Duma
In 2011, Miroslava Duma and Fira Chilieva founded the well-known Russian digital fashion designer and lifestyle magazine Buro 24/7 after recognizing a market need for an integrated news platform covering fashion, beauty, art, and cinema. Buro 24/7 is now available in 11 markets across four continents thanks to the growth of her lifestyle media empire which also draws support from major luxury companies like Hermes and Louis Vuitton. The Duma has become something of a soft power ambassador to the area and a rising media mogul as a result of its cosmopolitan vision and the effective establishment of the Bureau which helped the outside world see the potential that exists in Russia’s circle.
` Duma, a regular of the fashion week circuit has acquired a 1.6 million-plus Instagram following and counting, establishing herself as a sort of global street-style star. She recognizes as one of the Young Global Leaders by the World Economic Forum in 2018 and has been termed one of the “inspirational women” in STEM by the United Nations Environment Programme.
She invests in various digital and fashion companies, such as the social media marketing firm revFluence, the green fashion label Reformation, and RewardStyle in addition to routinely contributing to publications like Works of art and Glamour.
2. Elena Perminova
Elena Perminova began modeling when she was 14 years old, in 2006. She start her career in the fashion industry two years later when she was featured on the cover of a Russian Fashion Blogger In New York magazine.
Elena Perminova became well-known all over the world because of social media, particularly Twitter and Instagram. She, therefore, collaborate with designers like Chanel and Valentino, and she was featured on the cover of Vogue Magazine. She has also performed on the runway several times throughout the years.
3. Natasha Goldenberg
Natasha Goldenberg, a Russian stylist, and designer, is well-vers in how to put the finishing touches on a look. Her street style is a casual combination of bright colors, vibrant designs, and the occasional neutral to keep people guessing. She finishes off her fun, quirky ensembles with a flashy item.
A very well name in the Russian fashion world, Natasha Goldenberg is a design director, stylist, and fashion designer. Natasha regularly sees important fashion week presentations before the outbreak. Natasha joined TSUM as a buying assistant and rapidly attracted the attention of her foreign colleagues. She revamped the TSUM fashion area by introducing contemporary brands to it. She should also praise for promoting well-known and up-and-coming Russian designers.
4. Russian oligarchs
One of the Russian oligarchs was a businessman name Yevgenyevich Lebegyev. He served as a member of the First Main Directorate (Foreign Intelligence) of the Soviet Union’s KGB until 1992 and then of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service one of the KGB’s successor organizations (SVR).
He was ranked as the 39th richest Russian in early 2008 and Forbes magazine assess his net worth to be US$3.1 billion; however, by October 2008. It had already dropped to US$300 million.
Forbes placed his net worth at $1.1 billion in March 2012. Since then, his financial situation declined and he is no longer regarded as a billionaire. He co-owns two British newspapers with his son Yevgeny Lebegyev. He is a part-owner of the Russian daily Novaya Gazeta and The Independent respectively.
5. Natalia Vodianova
Currently residing in France, Natalia Vodianova is a Russian model, philanthropist, and mother of four. She has had a great deal of success as a runway, editorial, and commercial campaign model according to Forbes. She is among the top 5 highest-paid top models in the world. Known for her good deeds, Natalia.
The Russian president, dubbed “Supernova” for his rapid rise, will recognize with the 2017 Business of Fashion Award by Global Voices for his socia