Caucasian Knot | ‘Conde Nast’ PH drops lawsuit against Aishat Kadyrova’s fashion house

The Moscow arbitration court suspended the proceedings at the request of the publishing house “Conde Nast” (PH), which asked the fashion house “Firdaws” to return 814,000 rubles of debt and pay 893,000 rubles as a fine.

The “Caucasian Knot” reported that in 2016, Aishat, the daughter of Ramzan Kadyrov, led the “Firdaws”, which previously belonged to her mother, Medni Kadyrova. On January 22, 2022, the Islamic fashion house “Firdaws” announced on Instagram* that it was suspending all its stores indefinitely. However, this was not due to an error in paying taxes, Aishat Kadyrova explained. This spring, the fashion house announced the reopening of its stores.

The stoppage of proceedings on the trial may be due to the fact that the “Firdaws” “after resonance in the media, settled in a pre-trial order its debts with the publishing house”, the “Kavkaz.Realii ” ** output suggested.

Recall that in 2018 residents of the Chechen settlement of Oiskhara (Novogrozny) in the Gudermes district complained that they were forced to buy school uniforms “Firdaws”. The authors of the appeal called on Ramzan Kadyrov to pay attention to the situation. Chechen refuted this information.

In March 2020, after the fashion house “Firdaws” presented its collection in Paris, Kadyrov decorated his daughter with the medal “For Merit of the Chechen Republic”. Some residents of Chechnya then doubted the justification for the award.

This article was originally published on the Russian page from 24/7 internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on August 23, 2022 at 11:35 a.m. MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.