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But he was also single, and rarely dated, instead devoting himself to the project of importing modern European style to Moscow.Kuyda met Mazurenko in 2008, when she was 22 and the editor of for a newly urbane Moscow.Kuyda and Mazurenko, who by then had become close friends, came to believe that their futures lay elsewhere.Both became entrepreneurs, and served as each other’s chief adviser as they built their companies.Kuyda co-founded Luka, an artificial intelligence startup, and Mazurenko launched Stampsy, a tool for building digital magazines.
He first traveled to New Mexico, where he spent a year on an exchange program, and then to Dublin, where he studied computer science and became fascinated with the latest Western European art, fashion, music, and design.
In family photos, Mazurenko roller-skates, sails a boat, and climbs trees.
Average in height, with a mop of chestnut hair, he is almost always smiling.
Mazurenko became a founding figure in the modern Moscow nightlife scene, where he promoted an alternative to what Russians sardonically referred to as “Putin’s glamor” — exclusive parties where oligarchs ordered bottle service and were chauffeured home in Rolls-Royces.
Kuyda loved Mazurenko’s parties, impressed by his unerring sense of what he called “the moment.” Each of his events was designed to build to a crescendo — DJ Mark Ronson might make a surprise appearance on stage to play piano, or the Italo-Disco band Glass Candy might push past police to continue playing after curfew.
At the curb, Ustinov stopped to check a text message on his phone, and when he looked up he saw a blur, a car driving much too quickly for the neighborhood.