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Kultrab, created by Alina Mouzytchenko and her husband Egor Eremeiev, is one of those few clothing brands that support the protest movement that rocked the Russian capital this summer *** local caption *** 00045049
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Kultrab, created by Alina Mouzytchenko and her husband Egor Eremeiev, is one of those few clothing brands that support the protest movement that rocked the Russian capital this summer *** local caption *** 00045049
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Kultrab, created by Alina Mouzytchenko and her husband Egor Eremeiev, is one of those few clothing brands that support the protest movement that rocked the Russian capital this summer *** local caption *** 00045049
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Kultrab, created by Alina Mouzytchenko and her husband Egor Eremeiev, is one of those few clothing brands that support the protest movement that rocked the Russian capital this summer *** local caption *** 00045049
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Kultrab, created by Alina Mouzytchenko and her husband Egor Eremeiev, is one of those few clothing brands that support the protest movement that rocked the Russian capital this summer *** local caption *** 00045049
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A model wearing a creation by fashion designer Alina Muzychenko looks in the miror in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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A model wears a creation with a portrait of Lenin by fashion designer Alina Muzychenko in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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A model wears a creation by fashion designer Alina Muzychenko in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Fashion designer Alina Muzychenko (L) adjusts a garment on a model in her Moscow flat on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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A model wears a creation by the Fashion designer Alina Muzychenko in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Collaborators and models of fashion designer Alina Muzychenko sit with laptops in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Models wear creations by fashion designer Alina Muzychenko (2nd R) in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Models wearing creations by fashion designer Alina Muzychenko hold a scarf in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Models wear creations by fashion designer Alina Muzychenko in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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A model wears a creation with a portrait of Lenin by fashion designer Alina Muzychenko in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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A model wears a creation by fashion designer Alina Muzychenko in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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A model wears a creation by the fashion designer Alina Muzychenko in Moscow on September 17, 2019. - The label the 34-year-old runs with her husband Yegor Yeremeyev is among a number of trendy brands making clothes that signal support for Russia's protest movement. Sold online and in mainstream shops, the quirky designs have boomed in popularity since demonstrations this summer for fair elections that sparked a police crackdown and saw thousands detained. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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