Miroslava Duma was born in Moscow in 1985. She graduated from MGIMO with a Masters in International Business Administration. From 2007 to 2009 she worked for Harper’s Bazaar as special project editor. Later she continued her work with various publishing houses including Axel Springer Russia and Conde Nast. In 2007 Miroslava founded a charity foundation ‘Peace Planet’. The cultural- charity fund was founded to encourage socially significant projects in the areas of culture and education. The efforts of the fund are directed through the organization of exhibitions, conferences, theatrical performances, opera performances, artistic activities, as well as through literary works and performing arts. In 2011 Miroslava launched Buro 24/7. In 2012, with her leadership, Croatian and Ukranian versions of Buro 24/7 were launched. Recently, Miroslava is combining her main occupation with duties as Digital Media Director at TSUM Moscow. Miroslava is a spokeswoman in Russia for the ‘Chime for Change’ initiative by Gucci. ‘Chime for Change’ - a community of people working to promote education, health and justice for every girl. In addition to the collaborations with Boutique 1 and Symphony, she also participated in the ad campaign “Small is Beautiful” for Louis Vuitton cross-body handbag collection. Currently Mira is an ambassador of Chanel. In the past few seasons, Duma has appeared in campaigns for Ferragamo and Russian department store TSUM, and most recently, she was chosen as the face of Oscar de la Renta for The Outnet, as well as Roger Vivier's Spring 2014 collection. With two campaigns in the same season and a resume that's growing way beyond that of simply a street style star -- in addition to starting her site Buro, she was recently named digital media director at TSUM -- Duma is becoming known as much for her work ethic as for the unique ways she wears her clothes.