Old client of SAI Ahlskog Leather has won the Finnish Fashion act of the year 2011 -reward. Ahlskog has conquered the Finnish markets and also received considerable attention in the international markets with their reindeer suede products. Ahlskog has managed to charm such fashion designers as Giorgio Armani and Ralph Lauren.
The reward was 10 000 € and it was published on Friday January 27th in the Finnish Catwalk fashion event in Helsinki. The Finnish Fashion act -reward is given by Textile and clothing industry Finatex ry.
SAI believes that with this reward Ahlskog can achieve even better results in international markets as well.
Read more (in Finnish): http://www.iltalehti.fi/muoti/2012012715135944_mu.shtml
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