Igor Chapurin was born in 1968. He graduated from the Vitebsk Technological College with the specialty "designer women's clothing." Then he worked as an artist-designer senior level in local couture.
In 1991, Igor entered Vitebsk Technological Institute, after which he received his degree as "Fashion designer. Go to college, Igor pursued one main goal - to become a party to the competition of young fashion designers name Nina Ricci (Nina Ricci). And a year later, he applied for the competition and his project was recognized as one of the best, hitting the top ten winners. In December 1992 he was invited to Paris, where he represented Russia at the International festival of young fashion designers. Of course, this was the starting point in the career development of Russia's famous designer. Then, Igor was trained in the French capital, and then was offered a job in the company "Max Mara". However, despite such a tempting offer, the designer gave it up and returned to Moscow. Here, he began to create clothes for the contest "Miss World, Miss Europe", "Miss Universe, Miss Russia, and others.
In 1994, Igor Chapurin presents his collection at the "International Days of Fashion" in Bulgaria. A year later, he first shows one of their collections in Moscow, calling it "To Russia with love". On this occasion, specially came president of the Committee elegance of France "by Roger Seyler, who immediately after the show ordered thirty costumes for the show" Miss Europe-96. That year, Igor invented a unique way of embroidery. He, like Valentin Yudashkin is the hallmark of his style. The designer has combined gold threads, beads and coral, creating a dress for Tamara Gvardtsitelli, in which she performed at Carnegie Hall.
In 1995, the designer has become popular in Russia now. Among his clients over the years 1995-1998 have become not only famous figures of culture and art, but also companies such as "Rene Garraud", "Estee Lauder" and the fashion house "Galitzine".
Despite the fact that the designer is often appealing to the Russian culture, introducing into their collections kokoshniki or so called "Russian straw", he also uses the designs of different countries, as well as specialized high-quality fabrics and accessories from Italy and France. The designer has consistently demonstrated their collections in Europe, which promotes a unique Russian style. For example, in 1998, Igor presented his collection in Paris on "European ball.
In 1999, opened the first boutique fashion house "CHAPURIN COUTURE" in Moscow. In the same year, Igor, together with the jewelry company "Vasily Konovalenko ART" (New York), created the first jewelry collection of diamonds and sapphires. In the same year, the fashion designer begins to work on costumes for theatrical productions, developing a collection for the play "Woe from Wit. Then, the designer designed the costumes for productions of "The Little Prince", "Kitchen", "Farewell, Marlene. Hello., "" Demon ", as well as for the ballet" Madame Lionel. " The professionalism of the designer was recognized in 2005 the Bolshoi Theater, which gave the right to Igor Chapurin create a scenic design and costumes for ballets. As a result, the designer created a collection of performances for "The game of cards" and "The Omen."
In 2003, Igor Chapurin again decided to expand its activities and opened a new line under the brand name "CHAPURIN CASA", the designs of furniture, light, flooring and interior. In addition, the Fashion House "CHAPURIN COUTURE" produces a collection of children's clothing "CHAPURIN CHILD" and ski clothes "CHAPURING".
In 2006, opened the official headquarters of the company "CHAPURIN", where in addition to office space, were placed production and design shop, design office furniture lines, three showroom and boutique.