Designer S.Ariunaa to participate in Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Tokyo


Mongolian designer S.Ariunaa is going to participate in the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, which will take place in Tokyo, Japan from March 18-22. The designer will present her 2013-14 winter collection.
Designer S.Ariunaa is one of the most prominent designers of Mongolia, best known by her cashmere clothing designs when she was working for the Gobi Company. S.Ariunaa graduated from the Bremen’s Art School in Germany and has been working with famous fashion designers of German. She launched her brand under the name ‘Ariunaa Suri’ in Germany that was highly esteemed by the customers there.
Although it is quite rare that rather new designers in the fashion world participate in Tokyo Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, S.Ariunaa was qualified to take part in the event by her works. Team of 20 members is currently preparing to attend this event.
The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week takes place twice a year in Tokyo in March and in October and is organized by the Japan Fashion Week Organization. Famous fashion brands as well as new trends for the upcoming seasons are showcased at the fashion week.
The UB Post previously reported that Mongolian designer G.Zoltsetseg who is known by her fashion brand Katya Zol was set to take part in the New York Couture Fashion Week in February. G.Zoltsetseg announced earlier that she would report from the Mercedes-Benz fashion week.

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