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 Maria  Golubeva


Fashion Designer

      

Graduate of British Higher School of Design, Maria Golubeva, was born in Moscow and was fond of making the flowing dresses for her lovely dolls. After the breathtaking success and victory in the Fashion Academy project on MUZ TV channel in 2011 and following internship at Istituto Europeo di design in Milan, Maria Golubeva received an official invitation from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia to take part in the official part of the Fashion Week and demonstrate the collection Spring-Summer 2013 under the brand Maria Golubeva.

In recent years Maria Golubeva worked as stylist in different TV shows on the national Russian channel, took part in fashion shootings for such magazines as Tatler, Allure, L’Officiel, OK!, Hello!, 7 Days. Several Russian music celebrities chose Maria as their personal stylist.

DNA of Maria Golubeva collections is the flowing lines, drapery, plain and laconic cuts, beautiful in their simplicity. Designer prefers neutral nude color which can underline the natural beauty of the female body.


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