LIMMUD FSU Recharge Presenters 2021
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Leonid Gurevich Jewish-American designer, ad-campaign stylist, and a published fashion photographer
Leonid Gurevich is a renowned Jewish-American designer, ad-campaign stylist, and a published fashion photographer, best known for creating strong fashion looks and images with luxury flair.
A two-time immigrant, Leonid was born in Russia, grew up in Israel. Since 1997 he resides in the US.
His work has appeared in print publications including The New York Times, Martha Stewart Weddings, New York Weddings, US, and HELLO, as well as on billboards around the world. He has styled global advertising campaigns for top brands and tourism boards, most notably for NIKON Europe and Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.
Gurevich has worked with celebrities ranging from Liza Minnelli, Daphne Guinness, and the late Russian cinema legend, Ludmila Gurchenko, among others.
Currently Leonid is producing a documentary called “Collective Effort” as part of COJECO’s Blueprint Fellowship Program. Film talks about immigrant, Jewish, and artistic identities.
This is Leonid’ 2nd time speaking at LIMMUD FSU.
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Leonid Gurevich – fashion designer, stylist, and photographer, returns to LIMMUD FSU NY for another inspiring session. Leonid will talk about and share exclusive scenes from “Collective Effort” - a documentary film on Jewish, immigrant and artistic identities, which he is creating as part of COJECO’s Blueprint Fellowship Program, specially for the Russian-speaking Jewish community.
Known for his impeccable fashion sense as well as for being highly outspoken in his commentary on social issues, Leonid will discuss the importance of amplifying voices that are in need of being heard.
How to identify your own unique style, why your wardrobe needs “conversation pieces”, and how to put together a cool outfit when in a bind - you will find that and much more directly from Leonid Gurevich