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Lynnja Wang spring/summer 2013

Oct 29 2012, 2:30 pm 0 Monica Bogliolo

I think the last name Wang inevitably bears with it a flair for fashion. Today we don’t talk nor about the famous Alexander, nor about Uma, but about the newcomer Lynnja Wang, who with her brand, founded in 2011, has recently presented the second collection. After graduating from the London College of Fashion, the designer of Chinese origin, worked between London and New York for big names such as Matthew Williamson, Anna Sui, Rebecca Taylor and Catherine Malandrino. Her style is hard to describe: quirky, feminine, romantic. She says she loves to dress women beautifully, but she easily gets tired of pritty things. For this, she plays beauty with a “twist”. Timeless clothes that are not tied to trends, but that can be worn for years to come, without looking dated.

Designer: Lynnja Wang

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