Tag Archives: Russia

Interview with photographer Veronica Lounge (Finland)

1)  Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a Fashion/Lifestyle/Still-life photographer from Russia/Finland.  I discovered photography by chance.  Back in 2008, for personal reasons, I moved to Finland, where at the end of the year I found a professional photography studies program.  And because I’ve always had talents in painting and art, I [...]

Interview with photographer Andrew Kalashnikov (Russia)

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a young Russian photographer.   At age 24, I have worked with Rolling Stone magazine, fronted several advertising campaigns, collaborated with Rick Owens on his designer corner in Le Printemps department store (Paris), shot Tricky for a new album cover, and was booked for some [...]

The Outsider of Russian Fashion

Arthur Lomakin is the mastermind behind the label “Forget Me Not.” The label is a contradiction to the majority of today’s Russian brands. There’s no pretentiousness, vulgar mini-skirts and skimpy tops. Instead, Lomakin’s designs are neatly cut and geometrical. He uses subtle textures and fabrics. At the beginning, Arthur Lomakin did not design clothes, he [...]

Photographer Alexey Dubinsky (Russia)

Photographer Alexey Dubinsky’s latest editorial “Swept Away” is now available exclusively for See.7 online.  We took a few minutes to catch up with Alexey on his life and inspiration.  He shares his favorite works to date, including an outtake from “Swept Away.” Tell us a little about yourself? I was born in 1985 in the [...]

Self Portrait: Ilona Olkonen-Илона Олконен (Russia)

A little about me. I was born in Petrozavodsk, Russia then moved to Saint-Petersburg, the Russian center of culture, to study at the Academy of Arts and Design. Now I’m 25. I began to take pictures as part of my studies. My interest grew and I began to focus my camera on my friends, then [...]

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