Rich and Famous in Uzbekistan: Mind blowing life of glamorous ‘princess’ who sells £5,000 dresses for children

Photo: Instagram/diora_uShe finds Paris rather boring: ‘I get depressed in Paris after a week of being there. Paris is boring’

‘The Uzbek Marie Antoinette and the modern day czar’
Diora Usmanova, 27, has opened a couture-for-kids outlet in Moscow
She is the niece of long time Uzbek Prime Minister Shavkat Mirziyoyev
Her store sells pearl-encrusted dresses in homage to Russia’s tsarist past’



 Arsenal tycoon Alisher Usmanov’s glamorous niece-in-law, an Uzbek ‘princess’ who dresses Russia’s oligarch kids in costumes costing £5,000.
Her uber-posh couture-for-kids outlet in Moscow offers pearl-encrusted dresses based on the designs of Russia’s tsarist past

 

…divalicious

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Couture tot: Diora launched her high-end range for children after her daughter Mariyam complained of not having a fancy dress to wear. Diora posts images of her daughter on instagram


 

Photo: Instagram/diora_u

With Tatler saying ‘it is becoming the fashion to show children off’, Usmanova insisted, ‘I hope to see the time when children will be coming to events dressed in couture dresses, not trainers’ 

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Worse still is Switzerland’s tasteless lack of chic, according to the opinionated Usmanova .
She once lived in the town of Zug – the most boring place in the world, according to her, where her husband Babur worked for MetalloInvest, a company owned by his billionaire pro-Kremlin uncle Alisher Usmanov, who owns 30.4 per cent of Arsenal Football Club in London, a stake he is seeking to increase, which could make him, perhaps, the next owner

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‘Diora is indeed quite well known in Tashkent thanks to two factors: one called ‘being the nephew’s widow’, the second, ‘being a niece’

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