Anna Sui - Ladder Stripe Woven Turtleneck Dress For Women
Feminine and chic, this red colored sweater dress by Anna Sui is worth investing in. Designed to excellence, this sweater dress has a beautiful print that makes it even more appealing. Additionally, its polyester, wool, acetate and acrylic fabric makes this dress wrinkle free as well as comfortable. Anna Sui celebrates funky knits with this turtleneck sweater dress featuring a faux-jumper design, hidden back zipper and side pockets.
Why to buy?
Accentuate your feminine charm wearing this red colored ladder stripe sweater dress from the house of Anna Sui. Beautifully designed, it will not fail to catch your fancy at a single glance. High on style, this three-quarter sleeves sweater dress is also extremely comfortable to wear, courtesy its soft acrylic and wool fabric.
About Anna Sui:
Anna Sui was born in Detroit in 1955 and moved to New York City after High School. At age four, she decided that she would become a designer and started to make her own clothes. She mixed a very serious approach to learning her craft with eccentric ideas, such as vowing to not to wear the same outfit twice in one year. “I was completely obsessed,” she says, “I don’t know how my parents put up with me.” Before the end of her senior high school year, she was accepted to Parsons School of Design in New York. After two years at Parsons, Anna styled with friend Steven Meisel and designed for several sportswear companies before launching her first collection in 1980. Anna Sui’s business continued to grow throughout the 1980s, and in 1991 she premiered her first runway show.
It takes a lot of hard work and determination to reach the Top of the fashion business, and Anna Sui has certainly succeeded. Time Magazine included her in the list of five most important fashion gurus of this decade. After designing clothes as a young woman, inspired by the models in magazines, Anna Sui found her own style. She developed her designing business throughout the 1980s and was ready to put on her first runway show in 1991. The models included Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista. Anna launched her own clothing line the following year and opened the first of her boutiques in New York City. Eventually she would have boutiques in Tokyo, Osaka, Hollywood and Los Angeles. She has continued to be particularly popular in Japan, and has designed the costumes for an anime (Japanese style animation), Television series.
Anna Sui’s collections take you on a creative journey that is unparalleled in the world of fashion. Mixing vintage styles with her current cultural obsessions, she effortlessly makes hip and exuberant original clothes. Whether Anna’s inspiration is Victorian cowboys, Warhol superstars or Finnish textile prints, her depth of cultural knowledge is always apparent. “When I’m interested in something, I want to know everything about it,” she says, “I need to know what’s behind it all. I really enjoy that process.” Anna’s constant search for new ideas and challenges keeps her ahead of her times. She’s a true trendsetter to whom stylists and editors look for direction.
The collection is sold in over thirty countries, and commands premium price tags as befits a top designer Label. The range of dresses, tops and skirts etc. has a modern feel about it, and Anna Sui says she was inspired by the rock chic look. There are also accessories for sale such as bags and belts. Her status Is sealed by the endorsement of an impressive list of Celebrities including Madonna, Christina Ricci, Cher, Courtney Love and Patricia Arquette. James Iha of the Smashing Pumpkins is also a fan.