Luly Yang 2010 Tea Show

Seattle’s premiere fashion designer will present her new collection of Day, Cocktail, Bridal and Cashmere dresses on Sunday, May 16, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. in The Georgian in Seattle’s beautiful Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Washington State’s only AAA Five-Diamond Hotel.

Luly Yang’s inspiration was influenced by Parisian women who are known for being feminine, chic, worldly and sexy; women who take the time to savor life’s many flavors and adventures. Miss Yang’s silhouettes are shapely and feminine, with form fitting knee length dresses and skirts. Her suitings will be accompanied with timeless cashmere separates along with her signature bridal gowns. Luly’s color palette includes French Vanilla with cream, ivory and white; Mocha with deep browns and taupe; Strawberry Cream with hues of pink and blush; along with Carmel and Lavender Glace’. Luly hand selected her fabrics from Europe, Asia and New York. Fabrications include Silk Chiffon, Charmeuse, stretch Crepe Blends, and lightweight Silk Cashmere that will be the perfect new wardrobe addition for a woman’s wardrobe with our mild climate. Accents to complete Luly’s looks include Chantilly and Venetian Lace; light gathers and subtle ruching; ribbon appliqué; leather piping; and faceted glass beading.

Afternoon tea in The Georgian is a truly a memorable experience. With an array of delicate tea sandwiches and petit sweet delights all served tiered-style, accompanied with Fairmont teas ranging from Japan Sencha, Kyoto Rose, Empress Blend 1908, and more. Under the lead of Executive Chef Gavin Stephenson, The Georgian recently earned its 21st consecutive AAA Four -Diamond Award, celebrating decades of unrivaled culinary excellence.

Since opening her first boutique in downtown Seattle in 2000, Luly Yang is celebrated for her elegant and timeless designs for both women and men. She has been editorially featured in a variety of fashion and bridal magazines nationally, including Seattle and Beijing. Luly opened her second boutique at The Fairmount Hotel in Beijing, China in November 2008. Luly Yang has earned and received many awards, including the prestigious Nellie Cashman Award in 2007 for Women Business Owners; and in 2008 the International Academy of Design and Technology IADT Lifetime Achievement Award.

To purchase tickets for the 12:00 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. Tea Show, please contact Bojana Marusic at 206.287.4049 or 
Tickets are $75.00 per person, and $35.00 for children 12 and under.

This is not an FGI sponsored event, Luly Yang is an FGI member.