Vivienne Hu FW19 Runway

Vivienne Hu FW19 Runway

At the most recent NYFW, Hu presented a collection of youthful looks with colorful plaids and floral lace. A new collection of 32 new shoes also including variations of boots, leather and fur.

The runway show was packed with industry influencers, buyers, and fashion editors, including Miss Universe Catriona Gary, young actress Addison Riecke, TV star Jack Griffo, actress Michelle Gomez, fashion influencer Liliana Nova, movie star Catherine Corcoran, and celebrity stylist Stevie Boi.

Vivienne Hu FW19 Runway

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Photos: Qin Lang

About The Designer

VIVIENNE HU is a New York based designer. Before her fashion endeavors, she received her bachelor’s degree in Finance from University of Hohenheim in Germany. She then worked in the Investment Banking industry in New York for over three years. Her decision to change career paths stemmed from her zeal for fashion and her love of creativity and the arts.

After a fashion degree from Parsons School of Design, Vivienne Hu established her brand, and debuted her Spring/Summer collection in 2012. She quickly gained industry experience working at Oscar de la Renta and Yigal Azrouel. With increasing market success, she formally launched her flagship store in Soho, New York in 2013. In 2016, she launched her second store at 107 Mercer Street, also in the heart of Soho, New York. Her designs have been featured in various fashion magazines like WWD, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, and Vogue Italia.

Vivienne Hu has hosted her brand’s New York Fashion Week runway show since September 2014. In July 2015, she was selected as a Swarovski Collective Designer for the Summer/Spring 2016 NYFW show. Her collections exhibit a blend of classic European elegance and New York downtown style, with a touch of exotic Asian taste. Her design concepts cater to women who have a strong sense of independence and a desire for displaying their femininity and personality in a unique way.

In 2019, Vivienne Hu has also been awarded the USC Pacific Asia Museum Gala Visionary Artist Award, the previous winner being Tadashi Shoji.


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