LULY YANG CLAIMS NINE PRESTIGIOUS INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARDS, INCLUDING TWO GOLDS
Luly Yang won nine International Design Awards (IDA) for collections in categories from couture and avant garde to uniforms and face masks.
Fresh off her wins at the North American Association of Uniform Manufacturers and Distributers (NAUMD) Awards, Luly Yang is continuing her streak with nine awards in fashion design at the 15th Annual International Design Awards. Yang claimed four Honorable Mentions, a Bronze Award, two Silvers, and two Gold Awards for her contributions in the industry. Yang’s designs were judged among submissions from more than 80 countries and against stringent criteria by a panel of global fashion experts who looked for “designers with the vision to explore and chart new territory in the world of fashion, and the ability to set the agenda for style-conscious consumers everywhere.” (IDA).
Yang’s Gold and Silver winning collections from IDA – Luly Yang Bridal, the Alaska Airlines Uniform Program, Amazon Delivery Services Uniform Program, ‘Eclipse,’ and ‘Butterfly Effect’ – are no strangers to international accolades, having won Muse Awards and NAUMD awards over the past year.
The International Design Awards exist to recognize, celebrate, and promote legendary design visionaries and to uncover emerging talent in Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic and Fashion Design. The IDA Jury are a selected panel of industry experts from each of the five IDA disciplines – Architecture, Fashion, Interior, Product and Graphic Design. Their talents and contributions to their respective fields are genuinely aspirational and all jurors have at least fifteen years’ experience and are in leading or founder positions within their organizations.
The Gold Winners
Luly Yang Bridal—Poetry comes to life in the strokes of a sketch before transforming into sumptuous textiles that drape Luly Yang brides in confidence and elegance. Yang launched her brand with timeless wedding gowns and has continued to provide unparalleled designs since. It’s her approach that sets her apart. Instead of reiterating trends, Yang creates garments representing the individuality of modern brides, a strategy that originated with her mission of elevating the human experience. She seeks to achieve pieces within her collections to stand out in the sea of ivory and lace on the market.
Alaska Airlines Uniform Program—Alaska's uniform priority was clear: reflect their West Coast vibe, company pride, and employee needs. Luly’s process started with connecting to the DNA of the brand. With help from thousands of employees along the way, Luly reviewed surveys, held focus groups and visited work sites to better understand the team's needs and wants in their workwear. It’s this deep connection that set her apart from conventional uniform providers. She focused on modern approachability and embraced comfort and usability. the resulting collection represents the company heritage and Yang’s core values.
For more about IDA and to see photos from each of Yang’s winning collections, visit idesignawards.com and www.LulyYang.com.