One day an Indian newspaper in the city of Varanasi published a photograph of two young women buying raw silk. The caption accompanying it said: “Awesome twosome”. In this way, thanks to local journalists, a brand founded by two St. Petersburg designers Anna Andrienko and Natalya Buzakova got its name – OSOME2SOME.


The designers presented their first collection in London in 2008 – there they were interning with Fumie Kimura, a pattern-maker at Alexander McQueen. A year later they opened a showroom and a small-scale production facility in Saint Petersburg.


Today OSOME2SOME comprises two stores in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, our own full-service production facility and a highly professional team. Twice a year we produce prêt-à-porter collections that emphasise minimalist shapes, experiments with details and superb cut.

Ethical and social aspects have always been and continue to be of great importance in our work: for instance, our production and warehouse are located in Saint Petersburg, thanks to which we create additional jobs in our hometown, while leftover fabrics are handed over to our partners at no cost, so that they can produce small goods, such as eco-bags.

We work closely with small Italian factories, where textile weaving is at times a family business that has been developed for centuries. Fabrics from these factories cost more in comparison to large manufacturers, but this choice is fully justified: it is largely due to the quality and naturalness of  textiles that the finished product looks perfect, while its lifespan increases by several times.

When ordering an item, you can choose fabric from our wide selection of textiles. We can also optionally lengthen or shorten the sleeves and the overall garment length.