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11/13/2014 M Dolan

This Saint Petersburg-based design duo is obsessed with the little things. After jetting off to India to "be artists" and produce their first official collection in 2009, designers Anna Andrienko and Natalya Buzakova, who have been creating clothes together since childhood, moved to London. "London is the place to go if you are young and no one knows you," Andrienko said at their presentation booth. There, in the depths of Camden Market, they serendipitously met Fumie Kimura, a pattern maker for Alexander McQueen at the time. Kimura gave the duo, who have become known for their sophisticated outerwear for all seasons (the outerwear market is major in Russia, naturally), a master class in technique, but most importantly, taught them the beauty in fine detailing. This subtle luxury can be found in sophisticated stitching techniques, unexpected fabric play and the surprising complexity in the cut of a parka. "Parkas have a lot of details," Andrienko said, grabbing an abstract floral-printed parka off the rack. "You can add dimension here or cut the print a certain way to make it into something you wouldn't expect. We love that."

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11/13/2014 M Dolan

This Saint Petersburg-based design duo is obsessed with the little things. After jetting off to India to "be artists" and produce their first official collection in 2009, designers Anna Andrienko and Natalya Buzakova, who have been creating clothes together since childhood, moved to London. "London is the place to go if you are young and no one knows you," Andrienko said at their presentation booth. There, in the depths of Camden Market, they serendipitously met Fumie Kimura, a pattern maker for Alexander McQueen at the time. Kimura gave the duo, who have become known for their sophisticated outerwear for all seasons (the outerwear market is major in Russia, naturally), a master class in technique, but most importantly, taught them the beauty in fine detailing. This subtle luxury can be found in sophisticated stitching techniques, unexpected fabric play and the surprising complexity in the cut of a parka. "Parkas have a lot of details," Andrienko said, grabbing an abstract floral-printed parka off the rack. "You can add dimension here or cut the print a certain way to make it into something you wouldn't expect. We love that."


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