Valentin Yudashkin, the designer who gave his style to the Russian military uniforms in 2008 and was omitted from Paris Fashion Week after not expressing his displeasure over Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, is under agreement for the sale of his penthouse in the Upper East Side.
The last price it was offered for sale of $8.17 million, a decrease from the $8.37 million prices in 2021.
Yudashkin, who has been fighting cancer since 2016, posted his new collection on YouTube instead.
His work has been featured within the pages of Elle and Vogue and more locally at the Metropolitan Museum of Art -He was also the only Russian excluded from participation in Fashion Week.
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“Our team was looking to verify the authenticity of Valentin Yudashkin.” Ralph Toledano, president of the Federation de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, said to Women’s Wear Daily. “If there was doubt on his position regarding the conflict in Ukraine then it would be difficult to take him off the show. This was not the case.”
The penthouse is on top of the Curzon House on 62nd street.
Yudashkin’s home is in the Curzon House, a luxury condo constructed from two Beaux-Arts townhouses dating to the turn of the century located at 4 E. 72nd St.
Yudashkin purchased the penthouse in 2008, for $5.7 million, as per the property’s records.
The main attraction is a rooftop terrace that measures 2,000 square feet that has Central Park views.
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The condo has two bedrooms, a total of 2,500 square feet, and has been completely updated.
The house opens up to an elevator’s private landing that opens to a huge dining room, living room, and an elegant kitchen.
The skylit bedroom and the master bedroom, the bathroom with marble floors, and a separate bedroom are situated at the end of a gallery hallway at the back of the house.
The lounge area on the roof includes a covered sunroom and the dumbwaiter.