Russian fashion house, Slava Zaitsev, churns out fashion in its own niche, drawing inspiration from Slavic and Russian traditions. Founded in 1978, Slava Zaitsev produced modern takes on traditional Russian clothes for the high class women of the Soviet regime.
Zaitsev's entry into perfumery took place in 1991, with a scent for women called Maroussia, made with collaborative efforts from L'Oreal. The perfume continues to be a favourite among Russian women. Expressing a strong wish to cater to the Russian audience, Slava Zaitsev perfume concocts fragrance with a Russian approach that has not failed to appeal to the international market.