Information about the arrest of the accounts of the fashion house Valentin Yudashkin was also denied by the company, stating that both boutiques in Moscow continue to work.
The Federal Tax Service has not confirmed the suspension of account transactions in any of the existing organizations associated with the designer Valentin Yudashkin, this information was reported to RBC in the press service of the department.
From the SPARK data, it followed that, as of May 15, Yudashkin Fashion House LLC had “valid decisions of the Federal Tax Service to suspend operations on accounts” on the basis of non-payment of taxes and failure to provide a tax return. Telegram channel Mash wrote that the company has multi-million dollar debts; according to him, two years ago, 118 million rubles hung on the balance sheet of LLC.
The press secretary of the organization, Polina Shavo, called false information about the arrest of accounts and stated that both boutiques – on Kutuzovsky Prospekt and Voznesensky Lane – are working regularly.
Fashion House Yudashkin LLC, which produces outerwear, was registered in 2001. Its parent company is OAO Valentin Yudashkin Group.
Yudashkin created costumes for the Russian Olympic team, as well as the men’s and women’s football teams of the country. The fashion designer has the title of Honored Art Worker and People’s Artist of Russia. He died on May 2 at the age of 60. In recent years, Yudashkin was treated for cancer.