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December 13, 2019January 31, 2020

Fashionable Christmas Trees and Childhood Memories from Russian Designers on Kuznetsky Most Street

Kuznetsky Most is one of the Russian capital’s most fashionable streets, and it will be especially stylish this holiday season all decked out as a Journey to Christmas Festival venue! On the square in front of the city’s oldest shopping center, TSUM, famous Russian designers have decorated 20 unusual Christmas trees to reflect memories from their childhood New Years.

Designer Ivan Veselov has decorated his wobble tree with the toys of children that have already become parents. The Victoria Andreyanova fashion house’s Christmas tree is made of transparent plexiglass reminiscent of the icicles that children love the world over. Igor Chapurin has made a cozy Christmas tree home from twinkling lights and golden toys. While creating her tree, the chief designer of the haute couture brand anastasiAZadorina was inspired by Tchaikovsky's Waltz of the Flowers – one of the most famous parts of the Nutcracker ballet. Ulyana Sergeenko decided to tell a whole story with her Christmas tree, which she has decorated with family photos, crackers, candies, ornaments, pine cones, and postcards produced in the USSR. And, of course, designers from ZASPORT have dedicated their Christmas tree to winter sports!

The largest collection of designer Christmas trees is near TSUM, but you can also find some at other venues – there are five on Revolution Square and five more on Novopushkinsky Square.

Kuznetsky Most is one of the Russian capital’s most fashionable streets, and it will be especially stylish this holiday season all decked out as a Journey to Christmas Festival venue! On the square in front of the city’s oldest shopping center, TSUM, famous Russian designers have decorated 20 unusual Christmas trees to reflect memories from their childhood New Years.

Designer Ivan Veselov has decorated his wobble tree with the toys of children that have already become parents. The Victoria Andreyanova fashion house’s Christmas tree is made of transparent plexiglass reminiscent of the icicles that children love the world over. Igor Chapurin has made a cozy Christmas tree home from twinkling lights and golden toys. While creating her tree, the chief designer of the haute couture brand anastasiAZadorina was inspired by Tchaikovsky's Waltz of the Flowers – one of the most famous parts of the Nutcracker ballet. Ulyana Sergeenko decided to tell a whole story with her Christmas tree, which she has decorated with family photos, crackers, candies, ornaments, pine cones, and postcards produced in the USSR. And, of course, designers from ZASPORT have dedicated their Christmas tree to winter sports!

The largest collection of designer Christmas trees is near TSUM, but you can also find some at other venues – there are five on Revolution Square and five more on Novopushkinsky Square.

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