Tuvana Büyükçınar Demir, who stepped into the sector in 1999, opened her first store, A46, on Abdi İpekçi Street with her partner and husband Selim Demir and her fashion career has started.
Tuvana Büyükçınar Demir wanted to pursue her fashion studies in her own studio, and in 2002 she opened her first shop in Nişantaşı. She founded the A46 Organization with Selim Demir in 2003. In 2005, she realized one of her greatest ambitions by launching Tuvanam brand. Tuvana Büyükçınar collaborated with a number of companies, Trendyol, Boyner, Atelier Rebul, Magnum, Kagider, and the Tohum Foundation, on a number of social responsibility initiatives.
In 2019, leading Turkish universities curated an ITHIB fabric design competition and hosted trainings as part of the project's scope. The contest, which will take place in 2021, is still in the process. The designer influenced and mirrored the lost arts of Turkish culture in her collection, drawing attention to Turkish women, independent and entrepreneurial women.
In addition, the designer has embarked on a social responsibility project to help the cities and artists that inspire her collections grow. Tuvana Büyükçınar Demir attended runway shows in the world's fashion capitals of Paris, New York, and Milan, ensuring the Tuvanam brand's worldwide recognition.
Tuvanam has developed into an international brand with 25 sales points in ten countries as part of successful and consistent outsource moves. With her business partners Emine Kütük and Alara Koçibey, she created the company "3 Moms" in 2014, which was established with the principle of bringing a different perspective and a creative vision to children's rooms. In 2016, the 3 Moms brand expanded to “3 Homes”, which undersigned architectural interior and furniture projects, thanks to the expertise of three mothers. Tuvana Büyükçnar Demir is currently working in four different industries and has a promising design career.