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Chamalidy Ianis

   His first collection was shown at the "Petersburg style" competition in the "Europe" hotel in 1993. Then the collection of "outer garments" was displayed at the "Days of Petersburg fashion" competition in the Big Concert Hall "Octyabrskiy". At the same year Ianis took part in the final display of "young artists", organized by the Saint Petersburg Artists' Association. In 1994 Ianis Chamalidy created for the first time the collection "haute couture" and called it "Africa". Took part in the presentation of the professional models' competition "Miss Top Model of the World", organized by "Modus Vivendy" agency in Moscow. His collections were also shown in the "Metelitsa" entertaining complex. He was invited to be a stylist-adviser of "YSL-parfam" firm with the subsequent training in Paris. From 1995 to 1997 Chamalidy created six collections of "outer garments". Each collection carries more experience and design development. In 1998 Ianis Chamalidy showed his second collection "haute couture" in the Yusupovskiy palace. The collection was also displayed in Moscow. In 1999 he opened a line "pret-a-porte" in the "Nevsky Prospect" Fashion House (Saint-Petersburg) and in the "Arbat" Trading Gallery (Moscow). In August he displayed his third collection "haute couture" in Sheremetyevskiy palace. The collection counts 40 models. In November, 1999 the Fashion House "IANIS CHAMALIDY" participated in the Haute Couture Week in Moscow. Since 1999 Ianis has been making two season collections of "outer garments" and one collection "haute couture" a year.

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