In summer, the secular life of Moscow almost freezes – all the heroes of the chronicle travel to the resorts. However, to arrange a metropolitan hangout somewhere in Europe, nothing prevents. So did Alexander Tsypkin: his “Unprincipled Readings” was first held in Monaco, on the famous terrace of Hotel Hermitage. Well, the admirers of jewelry gathered on August 8 in Moscow – the Avgvst brand store opened in the patriarchal ponds area. SPLETNIK.RU offers to see how both parties have gone.
“Unprincipled readings” by Alexander Tsypkin in Monaco
Writer Alexander Tsypkin, known for his ironic style and ability to make fun of modern society, for the first time presented his format on the verge of a social event and a literary salon in Monte Carlo. To support her husband during the overseas debut in Monaco came and Oksana Lavrentieva. The couple played a wedding in June this year, so rest in the city of luxury and white yachts can be considered a continuation of the honeymoon, which the newlyweds spent in Italy.
To listen to the next keen observations of Alexander came Nick Belotserkovsky, Natalia Davydova, Elizabeth Gref and many others. Among the guests was noticed and the banker Dmitry Breitenbikher, who before the trip to Monaco managed to visit # ZBFest in the Crimean Balaklava. It is interesting to note that on the Cote d’Azur Dmitry missed Ulyana Sergeyenko, a novel with which he was credited some time ago. A week earlier in the same hotel in Monte Carlo was a gala dinner, organized by a Russian designer.
Party in honor of the opening of the store jewelry brand Avgvst
Ekaterinburg jewelry brand, founded by Natalia Bryantseva, got to the capital. Ornaments for girls who do not wear jewelry, and that’s how the brand positions itself, can now be bought in a shop in Maly Kozikhinsky Lane, where a party was held in a cozy courtyard.
Alena Doletskaya, Ilya Oskolkov-Tsentsiper, Mari Koberidze, Galina Smirnskaya and others came to congratulate Bryantsev that evening. The party ended with a concert by the beginning singer Salome.