D was established in 2010 by Stephan R. Rabimov, publisher and editor-in-chief of DEPESHA magazine, with the aim to create 'an independent, in-house' public relations and marketing consultancy specializing in global markets entry activities for established and emerging fashion/arts clients.

D cultivates a multi-channel approach to brand development, amplified by innovative vision and results-oriented execution, across a variety of platforms: events, runway shows, presentations, installations, digital and mobile applications.

Over the last four years D has led the PR strategies, marketing and production of the American program for the Aurora Fashion Week in St. Petersburg, including fashion designer Thom Browne’s first-ever showcase in Russia; supported the launch of Nicola Formichetti’s pop-up store in New York City's TRIBECA with BOFFO Foundation; collaborated with Fashion Institute of Technology’s Museum of Fashion and San Francisco based Academy of Art University on a variety of initiatives, and successfully brokered media partnerships with the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia, Mercedes Benz Kiev Fashion Days as well as Korean Preview, La Jolla Fashion Film Festival, Fashion Art Toronto, Vancouver Fashion Week, StyleUZ, among other prominent international fashion events, resulting in new market opportunities for our clients.

Contact us: d@depesha.com

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DEPESHA partners with the Vancouver Fashion Week as the International Media Sponsor for the Spring/Summer 2015 showcase from September 15th to 21st, 2014.

“Our compatibility goes far beyond the stellar social media statistics, complimentary demographics and scope of interest in fashion and arts. DEPESHA and VFW share an appreciation for the grassroots cultural efforts and we both honor an individual’s desire to manifest their creative potential. We look forward to a long and fruitful collaboration,” comments Stephan R. Rabimov, founder and editor-in-chief of DEPESHA.

“As a global fashion event, our core values are to promote and facilitate the exposure of creativity and fashion prodigy, regardless of geographical or socio-economic boundaries. The partnership between Vancouver Fashion Week and DEPESHA is forged from the shared belief that the showcase of emerging fashion talent should take absolute priority in shaping the fashion industry,” says Jamal Abdourahman, VFW’s executive producer.

DEPESHA VOL. 8 / 2014 ‘FASHION FILM’ - is an intoxicating exploration of style as a form of cinematic spectacle, exploring episodes in world contemporary fashion and film that foreground costume, adornment, and styling as vehicles of sensuous pleasure and enchantment.

Curated by Stephan R. Rabimov, editor-in-chief of DEPESHA, for your viewing pleasure at depeshavol8.squarespace.com/

Film as a medium of diplomacy has historically transcended brewing conflicts and changing borders. Best Foreign Film Oscar for the USSR classic “Cranes Are Flying” awarded at the height of the Cold War helped re-humanize the Soviet people in the eyes of a world caught amidst propaganda wars. Fashion has never been too far from the international relations scene as well. Images of Jacqueline Kennedy in Moscow still speak volumes to the political power of style. No wonder that fashion film as an emergent genre keeps true to its diplomatic mission roots.

From the open vistas lit by volcanic embers to the vacuum-tight spaces of memory… fashion films in DEPESHA VOL. 8 / 2014 ‘FASHION FILM‘ preserve the cultural zeitgeist. In just under 80 minutes of total screening time, the twenty five short videos, curated by Stephan R. Rabimov - DEPESHA’s founder and editor-in-chief - provide a rare insight into the mindset of a current generation of designers, performers and artists facing the ever-mounting pressures of contemporary politics, business and love. Life appears as an intoxicating exploration of styles in a form of cinematic spectacle that foregrounds costume, adornment, and visual mood as the all-six-senses vehicle for (dis)pleasure, (dis)enchantment and (dis)content. Not to be missed, to be continued…