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 ABOUT 

Marynés Arguello is an entrepreneur and creative specializing in fashion design and Licensing. Arguello graduated with a bachelor in Marketing and Advertising, but later moved to Miami to pursue a degree in fashion design. Her designs are exclusive, custom-made and fitting to her client’s scope and personal view. With more than fifteen years of expertise in the apparel industry, Arguello has developed bespoke and ready to wear pieces, overseen screen-printing processes and techniques, as well as spearheaded designs for licensed consumer products and apparel.

 

The Story

At the age of 13, Arguello became a helping hand to her mother’s dance studio, “Jazz Plus” in Nicaragua by designing dance apparel, costumes, and swimsuits. Involved in the performing arts world since very young, she swayed towards various fashion shows and pageants, which eventually made her reminisce her fashion design interest. Therefore, she decided to take this opportunity to dress various Misses, socialites, and new clients which ultimately, allowed her designs to be worn by Miss Universe, Miss World, Miss International and Miss Earth and captured by international media. Her immediate success allowed her to participate as a guest designer at El Salvador Fashion Week, charity benefits and Absolut Vodka Fashion Show in Central America.

 

That is why in 2004, she decided to garner additional skills and study fashion design at Miami International University of Art & Design. Since then, Arguello has designed products for prominent retailers such as Sears, Kmart, and Wal-mart, specialized boutiques and high-end designers and brands around the world. She has also worked in Licensing with Nickelodeon Latin America and Hasbro, designing consumer products for brands like SpongeBob Squarepants, My Little Pony, and Transformers just t name a few.

 

Collections

Arguello currently designs for "Marynes Arguello Graphic Tees" and GFK Bar.

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