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 Olga  Shurygina

Born:   December 10

Fashion designer


Olga Shurygina is a young designer who created  Cap America brand in 2013.

She is the member of Artists Association of Moscow.

Despite academicism, she is completely devoted to the present time, loves and appreciates it; she loves the country beyond the ocean endlessly and devoted almost all her creativity to it. "It all started with a dress. I saw the fabric I was dreaming of - transparent silk in the form of an American flag, sewed a dress, and it became for me a fateful one. As you call the ship, so it will float" (from an interview with SUM).
Olga uses natural fabrics - chiffon, silk, wool. 

Olga Shurygina graduated from Moscow Art and Industry University. She became the winner of the X International Contest Russian Silhouette in 2013.

In 2014 she was on internship at the Fashion House Ermanno Scervino. Olga also won the major award in competition Young Creative Entrepreneur arranged by the British Council and in September 2014 she presented the brand Cap America in London. 

Cap America brand was created in 2013. The first official collection Space Allegory was presented in showroom Indexflat which also included garments by Georgian and Ukrainian designers. 


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