Moscow Style, the third book in a Booth-Clibborn series focusing on young designers, showcases the latest work of talented Muscovites in graphic design, architecture, furniture design, fashion, music and interior design. By bringing together the best work and showing the unique synthesis of Western and Russian influences, Moscow Style is set to become the benchmark of new-millennium Russian design. Designed by Conny Freyer and Eva Rucki. Mark Sutcliffe is Booth-Clibborn Editions' Russian Editor. He has worked on a number of major publications including the State Hermitage (2 volume), French Art at the Hermitage and most recently Petersburg Perspectives.