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Over the course of her career, Anna Khitrina has worked with the industry’s top talent and fashion clientele, amassing numerous covers in leading publications.

Striving to maintain a balanced career, Anna works with the world’s most recognizable brands while keeping connected to her creative outlet working with such titles as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Elle Men, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, L’Officiel, Grazia and more.


Born in Russia, Anna moved to New York to study at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she majored in International Trade and Marketing for the Fashion Industries and minored in French. Some of her most memorable experiences are the FIT-curated museum exhibits, which expanded her imagination and fashion sense. Historical references have remained a significant source of her inspiration to this day.

After graduating, Anna worked at the trend forecasting agency Peclers Paris. Understanding the impact on fashion of politics, demographics, and cultural events made her an avid observer of our constantly-shifting social context. Many years later, her lockdown-era FaceTime Editorial, which used illustrated runway looks on a live model, anticipated the current spike of interest in Digital Fashion. 


Inspired simultaneously by the past and the future, Anna continues to add to a unique body of work, driven by an unparalleled imagination and an eclectic point-of-view. She is thrilled to bring top-level professional insight to her personal clients, who get exclusive previews of what’s next in fashion. Anna has collected an impressive list of clientele and affiliations that includes Steve Madden, Netflix, Gucci, MAMM Museum, Alton Mason, Daphne Groeneveld, Karen Elson, Sasha Samsonova, Maye Musk, Riley Keough, Nora Arnezeder, Leni Klum, and others.


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