ALEKSANDER SIRADEKIAN is a Russian designer of luxury shoes. He was born on May 14, 1978 in Tbilisi, Georgia. He studied at the Tbilisi Academy of Arts. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, he moved to Moscow.
Since 1997 he has been working with Russian celebrities as a stylist.
In 2000 ALEKSANDER became a leading designer of FRESH ART project, which is to create exclusive clothes and shoes.
In addition to the female line ALEKSANDERSIRADEKIAN footwear brand is represented by line of men's and children's shoes in Luisa via Roma (Florence). In 2016 the line of bags and accessories was launched.
In 2014 he designed a collection for the famous Italian brand «Bougeotte».
In March 2016 within the framework of the Paris Fashion Week, AS brand presents its debut collection of Haute Couture, shoes «Val de Loire».
In 2014 ALEKSANDERSIRADEKIAN received the award at the ceremony "BRAND AWORS 2014" in the category "Best Brand of the Year".
At the end of December 2015 ALEKSANDERSIRADEKIAN received the prestigious award in the category "International Brand of the Year" at the ceremony Fashion New Year Awards, organized by the channel FASHION TV.
Every year, the brand presents its collections at Fashion Week in Paris and each time increases the considerable list of its fans and celebrity clients.
ALEKSANDERSIRADEKIAN is the unique luxury shoes brand by Russian designer presented worldwide.
In 2005 ALEKSANDER SIRADEKIAN created collections of male and female lines under the brand "ECONIKA by FRESH ART" for major retailer of footwear in Russia "ECONIKA".
In 2013, Alexander Siradekian presented his luxury shoes collection brand ALEKSANDERSIRDEKIAN at an exhibition in Paris TRANOI, after that his brand is widely known and selling around the world. Today his shoes presented in the boutiques in Paris, London, Florence Moscow Dubai, Kiev, Singapore, Kazakhstan, etc ...
In 2002, ALEKSANDER SIRADEKIAN presented more than 120 models of male and female hand-made shoes on two major exhibitions in Moscow. The collection was a great success.