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Mongolian athletes to wear cashmere attire to Olympic Games

Mongolia’s leading cashmere clothing producerGoyo LLCformed a partnership agreement with the Mongolian National Olympic Committee for Riode Janeiro-2016 Olympic in March.

According to the agreement, Goyo will provide clothing for Mongolian athletes participating in winter and summer Olympic Games.

Within the framework of the event, a fashion show was held to feature the designs of clothing the Mongolian athlete team will wear during Olympics last Monday.The event was organized by Goyoand invited famous designers from Italy to contribute to the event.

Italian fashion designer, Stefano Ughettisaid that he can’t imagine Mongolia without cashmere.

Member of parliament, and the President of Mongolian Skate Association Ts.Davaasurenwill lead the Mongolian team to the Olympics. The Winter Olympic is one of the biggest sports events in the world and it provides a great opportunity to promote national “brand” products such as cashmere clothing. Goyo spokesperson informed that the design of the cashmere clothing worn by Mongolian athletes will beinspired by classic Italian design.

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