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Anna Sui Anna Sui at her New York City office Born August 4, 1964 (1964-08-04) (age 46) Detroit, Michigan Nationality American Education The New School (Parsons division) Occupation Fashion designer Awards Time Magazine- Top 5 Fashion Icons of the Decade;[1] CFDA Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award; Bravo A-List Award Labels Anna Sui Dolly Girl by Anna Sui Anna Sui Mini Anna Sui (born August 4, 1964)[2] is an American fashion designer. Her brand retails globally in the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Her clothing, fragrance, cosmetic, and accessories lines sell through her stores in over 50 countries and are also widely distributed at leading department stores worldwide.[3] She is known for her vivid, colorful and culturally inspired designs.[4] Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Achievements 3.1 Dolly Girl by Anna Sui 3.2 Other lines 3.3 Perfumes 4 References 5 External links Early life Sui was born on August 4, 1964 in Detroit, Michigan. She took an interest in fashion at a very young age and began clipping fashion-magazine pages to fill her famous Genius Files. These have served as an inspiration for her line throughout her career. After moving to New York, she attended The New School's famous art and design college, Parsons The New School for Design. Career Jessica Stam at Anna Sui Show - September, 2008 After leaving Parsons, she worked for a variety of junior sportswear companies. During this time she began designing clothing out of her apartment. With the encouragement of friends Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista, Sui launched her first runway show in 1991.[5] "That those professional beauties were then at the height of their fame helped stoke the reception Sui got from buyers and the news media,"[6] and also insured industry embrace of a talented niche designer. Following this incredible reception she opened a retail location at 113 Greene Street in New York City's Soho District. This shop, with its lavender walls, red floors, antique black furniture, and signature dolly head mannequins has become a staple of SOHO fashion and synonymous with the Anna Sui brand. As described in a recent Time article, "The stores have come to emphasize the epitome of culture in a continually shifting fashion world."[7] Over her career, the Anna Sui brand has also grown internationally in the American, European, Asian and Middle Eastern markets. Her iconic fashion shows, with their much-anticipated rock music and background designs, routinely pack the Tent at Bryant Park during her prime time Wednesday slot at Fashion Week. Achievements She was called a designer who "never panders" by The New York Times, and named to Time magazine's list of the decade's top five fashion icons.[1] In 2009, Sui won the Council of Fashion Designers of America Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award, which serves to honor contributions made to American fashion by outstanding individuals in the industry. Sui joins the ranks of Yves St Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, Diane von Furstenberg and Bill Blass, who are past recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award.[8] In 2008, she was profiled in Newsweek's Women and Leadership, and was recognized for her contribution to fashion at the Bravo A-list Awards. Sui continues to design and manufacture her signature collection in her New York City headquarters on Fashion Avenue. There she has ardently fought to keep the industry alive and has spearheaded a campaign to "Save the Garment Center", which was highlighted during Fashion Week in September 2008.[9] In 2006, Fortune magazine estimated the collective value of Sui's fashion empire at over $400 million.[10] In 2010, she featured her collection on the runway finale of the 14th cycle of America's Next Top Model. Sui's designs attract many famous clients such as Paris Hilton, Blake Lively, Patricia Arquette, Mischa Barton, Christina Ricci, Cher, Naomi Campbell, Sofia Coppola, Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff, Maria Sharapova, Nicole Richie, Liv Tyler, Courtney Love, and James Iha. Dolly Girl by Anna Sui Sui launched a more youthful version of her fashion line called Dolly Girl by Anna Sui in 2004. Other lines Anna Sui Shoes premiered on the runway for the fall collection in 1994. Manufactured in Venice, Italy, the shoe collection includes both day and evening styles, in velvet, silk, patent leather, snake and lizard skin, shearling and suede. In 2009, Sui partnered with Target to produce a Gossip Girl inspired line combining Upper East Side style with a downtown edge. The limited edition collection was available for several weeks in September. A children’s line known as "Anna Sui Mini" debuted in early 2009. Her design versatility was further displayed when Sui was contracted by Samsung Electronics Co. to design cellular telephones. Perfumes Sui introduced her signature fragrance and cosmetic line in 1999.[11] Night of Fancy Live Your Dream Dolly Girl Lil' Starlet Flight of Fancy Magic Romance Dolly Girl Bonjour L'Amour! Secret Wish Dolly Girl on the Beach Dolly Girl Ooh La love Dolly Girl Sui Love Sui Dreams Anna Sui Classic Rock Me Rock Me! Summer of Love Forbidden Affair References ^ a b Asian Week ^ Style.com Biography ^ ANNA SUI Fashion Vue Magazine ^ "Sui School". Vogue UK. http://www.vogue.co.uk/news/daily/100318-anna-sui-in-sat-test-.aspx.  ^ ANNA SUI | Fashion Vue Magazine ^ Trebay, Guy (2009-02-11). "The New York Times "Testing Her Strong Suit"". http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/12/fashion/12runway.html. Retrieved 2010-04-25.  ^ Time Magazine ^ http://www.style.com/stylefile/2009/03/anna-suis-mid-lifetime-achievement-award/ ^ Pinson, Laurel (24 December 2008). "Save the Garment District?". The L Magazine. http://www.thelmagazine.com/6/30/fashionville/fashion.cfm. Retrieved 29 December 2008.  ^ "Fortune Magazine". 2006-02-04. http://www.perfumeperfume.co.uk/anna_sui.php.  ^ http://www.elleview.com/sui.htm External links Official Site Anna Sui Bio Anna Sui Cosmetics Anna Sui – designer profile at Fashion Model Directory Fortune Fashion [1] Anna Sui collections at style.com Anna Sui's Spring 2003 casual inspiration, JCReport Persondata Name Sui, Anna Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1964-08-04 Place of birth Detroit, Michigan Date of death Place of death