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Tsolmandakh Munkhuu grew up in Mongolia.

She moves to France in 2005 and studies at the Atelier Chardon Savard.

Now based in Paris, her creative projects are still heavily influenced by the steppes universe; but even though some designs are inspired by Mongolian and Buddhist traditional elements, doesn't hesitate to take some ideas from details of the worlds surrounding her.

Her creations combine embroidery, paintings, creasing of recovered materials, and her use of ample volumes contrast with the cuts' fluidity.

In 2010, she wins the Public Award of the Hyères Festival, and launches her very own brand shortly after that.