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Masterpeace is a clothing, jewelry and accessories brand founded in Moscow in 2012 by Evgenia Linovich. Inspired by the richness of ancient Russian fine arts and crafts, the Masterpeace collection is an avantgarde reinvention of its nation’s noble heritage, preserving 100% of its eccentricity.
In 2014 the brand added clothing collection, first in collaboration with Moscow based Korean designer J.Kim, and from AW 2016 Masterpeace clothing line is created by Evgenia and Irina.
MASTERPEACE is sustainability oriented brand using patchwork technique in their collections so there are no leftovers of the fabrics.
MASTERPEACE embroidery and knitting is made by women embroiderers and knitters who live is small villages across the country therefore creating working places. Each embroidery is hand made by skilled professionals all over Russia.
Each collection is focused on a specific art form, combining elements of old tradition with the identity of a woman who loves to amuse. Masterpeace’s retail partners through seasons included Kirna Zabete, Opening Ceremony, Moda Operandi, Matches Fashion, StyleBop and Net-A-Porter, La Rinascente, DNA, Aizel and others.
Masterpeace can be seen in suck publications as Harper’s Bazaar US, Vogue Japan, Vogue.com, Style.com Arabia, Buro 24/7, Allure Russia, and L’Officiel Russia, As If, Porter Magazine, CR Fashion Book and others.