The daughter of a famous Russian actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, who suffers from cancer, Anna said that is no longer working with the business project, shop designer clothes D8 Moscow.
This became known thanks to the message of Ani Zavorotnyuk in the network Instagram.
The Post Ani Zavorotnyuk, Instagram
“Dear subscribers, I don’t have anything to D8 Moscow. For questions please contact their page directly,” wrote Anna Zavorotnyuk.
It is necessary to tell our readers that the store “Moscow D8” Anna Zavorotnyuk opened in the summer along with his girlfriend. This Anastasia Zavorotnyuk reported in Instagram at the end of August 2019.
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Anna Zavorotnyuk, photo: Instagram
“My Annie and a friend launched her own line of clothing and accessories D8 Moscow. Do everything themselves-from developing the brand concept and design of all products to the selection of materials for fabrication and production control. Think a great start, and it turns out very good as I think? The first collection went great,” wrote the actress.
Recall from the boyfriend of the daughter Zavorotnyuk happened misfortune: the former Queen rushed for help.
As reported Znayu, Gauguin Solntsev got into the story of a cancer patient Anastasia Zavorotnyuk: “Sales workers”.
Znayu wrote boyfriend younger Zavorotnyuk noticed in the arms of the flamboyant singer: “We are too love each other.”
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