LONDON Fashion Days is an international fashion festival in Saint-Petersburg. The project began in 2005 with support of the British Council in Saint-Petersburg and lasted until 2009. The star guest of LONDON Fashion Days were well-known British designers and representatives of world-famous brands: Paul Smith, Vivienne Westwood, Matthew Williamson, Temperley London, Philip Treacy, Julien Macdonald and many others.

Events LONDON Fashion Days  shows, press conferences, exhibitions and after parties - took place at the most beautiful historic sites in the city on the Neva river: the Throne Room of the Catherine Palace, the Marble Palace of the State Russian Museum, the Marble Hall of the Russian Museum of Ethnography, the Winter Garden of Hotel Astoria. Among guests of the festival LONDON Fashion Days were the most respected and successful government and business representatives, the fashion industry and the leading mass media, as well as celebrities and socialites.

Monte Carlo Fashion Fair 2011-2012

Monte Carlo Fashion Fair produced by New Couture team took place in 2011-2012 as part of the Entertainment industry exhibition of the Monaco International Clubbing show.

Presented during the event were collections of world-renowned brands: Philipp Plein (Switzerland), Giuliana Teso (Italy), Avtandil (Georgia), Lisa Tibaldi (Italy), Fabric Fancy (Russia), Bartie (Russia), Paola Frani (Italy), Zinas (Greece) и другие.

Выставка Il Teatro Della Moda 2011

A modern multimedia exhibition, Il Teatro Della Moda, took place in 2011 in Milan, Italy at Teatro G. Strehler as part of a festival Saint-Petersburg Theatre Season.

The exhibition had unique Art & Fashion objects - costumes and illustrations made by famous Saint-Petersburg fashion designers: Tatyana Parfionova, Tatyana Kotegova, Anatoly Bisinbaev, Vladimir Bukhnnik, Larisa Pogoretskikh and Alexandra Pogoretskikh, Yanis Chamalidy, Elena Badmaeva, Alexei Pavlov. The exhibit demonstrates a close connection between Saint-Petersburg fashion houses and the world of theatre, as well as its unique and timeless ornamentality, making it an inseparable part of Saint-Petersburg's historical and architectural decor.