Valentin Yudashkin, the style designer who lent his contact to Russia’s navy uniforms in 2008 — and who was dropped from Paris Fashion Week after not denouncing Putin’s invasion of Ukraine — is in contract to promote his penthouse on the Higher East Facet.
Its final asking value was $8.17 million, down from its $8.37 million ticket value in 2021.
Yudashkin, who has battled most cancers since 2016, posted his new collection on YouTube as an alternative.
His work has appeared within the pages of Elle and Vogue, and extra domestically within the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork — and he was the one Russian barred from taking part in Trend Week.
“Our crew wished to confirm the place of Valentin Yudashkin,” Ralph Toledano, president of the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, instructed Ladies’s Put on Day by day. “If he had doubt concerning the conflict in Ukraine, it could have been onerous to take away him from this system. That was not the case.”
Yudashkin’s dwelling is contained in the Curzon Home, a boutique apartment made out of two turn-of-the-century Beaux Arts-era townhouses, at 4 E. 62nd St.
Yudashkin purchased the penthouse in 2008 for $5.7 million, in keeping with property information.
The pièce de résistance is a 2,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with Central Park views.
The 2-bedroom apartment is 2,500 sq. ft and comes absolutely renovated.
The house opens to a personal elevator touchdown that results in a big lounge and eating room, together with a sleek-looking kitchen.
The sky-lit main bedroom and the ensuite marbled rest room, and a second bed room, are on the finish of a gallery corridor within the rear of the condominium.
The rooftop lounge space additionally has an enclosed sunroom and a dumbwaiter.
Constructing facilities embody a concierge, a resident supervisor and a porter.
The itemizing dealer is Gennady Perepada of One and Solely Realty.