Nancy Johnston, the London based Asian-American – founded the  brand Tengri in 2014, with a mission to spearhead change for good in the global luxury fashion industry. Lucy was inspired by her personal experience of living with nomadic herder families in the Khangai region of Mongolia to create the House of Tengri, a collective movement built by people unwilling to settle for the status quo.

Rider 1 Journey, Autumn/Winter collection was unveiled at Vancouver Fashion Week this week. The collection was heavily  influenced by stories of epic travels bridging two worlds from east to west with subtle references to these incorporated into the design and making of each piece.

the collection represents the spirit of travel to distant lands, exploring the unknown, notions of apprehension, resilience, energy and the wonders of travel to remote landscapes.

Tengri garments are designed and made with the highest level of craftsmanship featuring ready-to-wear and bespoke collections for discerning introducing elements of eastern and western influences, made from Tengri’s Khangai Noble Yarns.

Tengri AW17 at Vancouver Fashion Week

Tengri AW17 at Vancouver Fashion Week

Tengri – Vancouver Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017

Tengri AW17 at Vancouver Fashion Week

Tengri AW17 at Vancouver Fashion Week

Vancouver Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017 – Tengri