Imagine the vivid red autumn maple leaves casting crimson silhouettes over pure white fabrics by Seattle’s boulevards. These romantic imageries are weaved by none other than Asian fashion designer Luly Yang.

Luly Yang chose the Seattle Aquarium as the site of her fashion show this year. She masterfully reflected the aquarium’s ocean shades onto the colors of the fashion designs. The themes included: yellow and greens of tropical fishes, cute pink of coral, ivory white and dreamy like jellyfish, silvery and lightning-quick shark theme, and also the glowing fascinations from the deep sea.

(Photos by: Garry Chan and Winnie Lo / Translation: King Li)

Imagine the vivid red autumn maple leaves casting crimson silhouettes over pure white fabrics by Seattle’s boulevards. These romantic imageries are weaved by none other than Asian fashion designer Luly Yang.

Luly Yang chose the Seattle Aquarium as the site of her fashion show this year. She masterfully reflected the aquarium’s ocean shades onto the colors of the fashion designs. The themes included: yellow and greens of tropical fishes, cute pink of coral, ivory white and dreamy like jellyfish, silvery and lightning-quick shark theme, and also the glowing fascinations from the deep sea.

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This year’s clothes are made primarily with shiny and silk-like material such as chiffon and tulle, combined with delicate craftsmanship to accentuate the feminine curves. With designed splicing and wrinkling to further enhance the sense of dimensions. The last piece named “Queen Coral” with its peach red body-length veil was especially breathtaking accompanied by the model’s royal aura.

Inspired by her trip to the aquarium with her son, Luly Yang started this series of work with the ocean impression. She had always donated toward causes helping children. This year, Seattle Children’s is the beneficiary of the charity show.

Luly said, children are the most part of us, and she wishes to invest in providing a stress-free environment for them to grow.

The 14 years-old Josey Tomlinson, who is suffering from juvenile idiopathic arthritis, said, “I wish to work in the medical field in the future to help others like me.”

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