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The buying office B’Mode was founded in 2005 in Paris as an intermediary agency between European and American fashion Houses of luxury ready-to-wear, accessories and retail fashion operators - multi-brand and department stores in the Russian and the CIS market. B’Mode is specialized in :  the exclusive distribution of the luxury products, (RTW, accesorries and jewellery) ;  organisation and sales in the showrooms ;  consulting and trainings of the collections with the sales stuff directly in the stores,  coordination of the logistics (order confirmations, payments, shipments, litigations, etc…)  events and trunk shows. Our client are the best boutiques from Russia and CIS


Belarus: Minsk

Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Kazan, Novosibirsk, Ekaterinburg, Vladikavkaz, Krasnodar, Nalchik, Makhachkala, Perm, Rostov on-Don, Izhevsk, Kaliningrad, Ufa, Chelyabinsk, Samara, Sochi, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Vladivostok, Yuzhno-Sahalinsk, Khabarovsk, Magnitogorsk, Orenburg, Omsk, Tyumen, Groznyy

Lithuania: Vilnius

Ukraine: Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk, Kharkov, Yalta, Lvov, Simferopol


Kazakhstan: Almaty, Ust-Kamenogorsk Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Azerbaijan: Baku Georgia: Tbilisi

The buying office B‟Mode has cooperated with well –known luxury brands as :

Adam Jones, Zufi Alexander, Isabel Marant, Oscar de la Renta The list of fashion brands presently represented by B‟Mode on the exclusive basis :

Azzaro Women‟s Azzaro Mens‟ Azzaro was created in the image of its founder, Loris Azzaro, a Sicilian born in Tunisia, always tanned and sensual. Azzaro is the quintessential sun-infused brand of the Mediterranean. Fluid fabrics, vibrant and frank colors, Mediterranean blue, green, white are the timeless characteristics of Azzaro couture. From 1968 on, Loris Azzaro created flowing, sexy and glamorous customized gowns for evening parties and hobnobbing among the “happy few” of the planet, from the yacht bridge to the poolside of the jet-set. A sunny and truly hedonistic brand emanating the ultimate sensuality. Seduction and glamor are an inherent part of the Azzaro image, resulting from a relationship to the body founded on freedom - the freedom of mind and body that marked the 1970's, a transgressive decade with no restrictions, where avant-garde fashion and photography celebrated bareness. The iconic French luxury brand founded by Loris Azzaro has undergone a renaissance under the artistic direction of Vanessa Seward, who after solid experiences at Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent, worked closely with Loris Azzaro until his death in November 2003. Famous for silk jersey, sparkled embroideries, and the signature “Three Rings” dress, the name Azzaro is synonymous with timeless elegance and this luxurious simplicity has been brought forward in new and exciting collections.

Andrew Gn, known for his East-meets-West aesthetic, features minimalist tailored designs that are cut from luxurious fabrics. Andrew Gn is a master at details, frequently embellishing his clean silhouettes with appliques, embroidery and magnificent color.

Balmain Womenâ€&#x;s Balmain Mensâ€&#x; In the period following World War II, Pierre Balmain was "a king of French fashion" and outfitted stars including Ava Gardner and Brigitte Bardot. After Pierre Balmain's death in 1982, the house was led by Erik Mortensen, described by Vogue as Pierre Balmain's "right hand." Oscar de la Renta led the house between 1993 and 2001. Under Pierre Balmain, Mortensen, and de la Renta, the house was known for its classic, luxurious designs. Today, the house is led by designer Christophe Decarnin, whose vision for the house is more modern and edgier. In around 2008 and 2009, the clothing line became extremely popular both among fashion magazines, runways and celebrities. Christophe Decarnin, (born 1964 in Le Touquet), is a French fashion designer. Decarnin studied fashion design at ESMOD in Paris before being recruited by Paco Rabanne, where he remained seven years as Artistic Director. Since 2005 Decarnin leads Balmain fashion.

Fashion House IRFE was founded in 1924 by prince Felix Yusupov and princess Irina Romanova, a niece of Russian tsar Nikolay II. The House name is formed by junction of the two first syllables from names of Yusupov couple: Irina-Felix. In 70 years after its closure Fashion House IRFE is being reborn. It new head and the leading designer becomes Olga Sorokina. Direct descendants of Yusupov dynasty take part in the House rebirth, countess Xenia Sphiris, who was born Sheremeteva. Like the Founders of the IRFE Fashion House, the Head of the renewed Fashion House is greatly concerned about the manufacturing procedure and materials. Olga believes that only high-quality materials and procedures should be used.The production part of the Fashion House placed at one of the best Italian factories.

Parisian Vanessa Bruno launched her own brand in 1992, only 24 years old. She came from a modeling career, but had fashion and design in her blood as a child of a danish supermodel and her italian father who founded french fashion house Emmanuelle Khan. Vanessa Bruno is known to create fresh, feminine, sofisticated collections, but they also have very strong basics. The brand consist of main line, which is part of the official program of Paris Fashion Week, and the complimentary line AthĂŠ which was launched in 1995.

The adventure began four years ago when Maï was the creative director for a luxury women„s shoe line based in New York. Held back by the economical imperatives dictated by the market of a commercial luxury line, which were often opposed to pure creation, she began to secretly develop a line of high luxury, haute couture shoes of her own. Her vision was to elevate the woman‟s shoe to the value of high luxury and haute joaillerie, domains traditionally reserved for other parts of the woman‟s body. From this point on, Maï decided that each pair of shoes that she was to create would be elaborated in the spirit of a precious work of art destined to adorn a woman‟s foot with heels sculpted in gold and other noble materials, the whole tending toward a new purity of form: to each foot its very own shoe with left and right foot receiving their specific treatment leaving no detail of refinement neglected. Drawings and watercolors but also small sculptures in wood and bronze contribute to the preliminary development of a model. For her shoes, Maï Lamore selects from precious materials traditionally associated with haute couture and joaillerie: shaved mink, vitello seta, satin, silk, gold, natural pearls and semiprecious stones to be set by master jewelers. Each model must tell a story as well, from the Rose shoe with its pure gold thorn heel and fine, hand-tinted silk and satin petals to the Leopardo model with its gold heel inspired from a feline‟s leg or the Angel‟s Dew model with its nest of Lesage embroidery with crystal and a gold jewel chick on the heel. Parallel to her haute couture models, Maï Lamore has decided to develop a limited edition, prêt-à-porter collection inspired by her high luxury shoes but within a more affordable price range. Her prêt-à-porter collection remains strongly inspired by the spirit of her haute couture models with their unique forms for the sculpted heels and is immediately identifiable with her high luxury creations though employing more basic quality materials.

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