Called a designer that "never panders" by The New York Times, Anna Sui continues to design and manufacture her signature Anna Sui Collection in her New York City headquarters. Her runway shows continue to set trends and inspire designers everywhere.
Today, her patchwork-boudoir aesthetic is instantly recognizable in her clothing. Think Biba-era London, rock-and-roll Victoriana, floppy hats, Empire-line flou, and peacock feathers—all atop the perfect pair of tough-chick boots.
Tracery Tunic $198 A million sun-filled windowpanes, depicted in the softest hues against the softest silk. An Anna Sui for Anthropologie design.
Am I crazy for loving this dress???? I really really do! The silk print and skirt are so breathtaking...I just can't tell if i'm crazy for loving the dress with a neckline like this.. I thought maybe i could just unbutton it half-way. Thoughts?
Pepper Plant Dress $198 A shift silhouette full of geometric leaves of embroidered eyelet. By Anna Sui for Anthropologie.
Scholar's Garden Dress $198 Geometrically printed and textured cotton-silk is rife with chinoiserie flora and contemplative medallions. By Anna Sui for Anthropologie.
Hidden Grove Dress (sale)$99.95 Wild violets flourish on an untouched field of silky cotton, all the way from the tied halter neckline to the flowy hem. By Anna Sui for Anthropologie.
This dress was surprisingly ( to me ) really stunning and flattering when i tired it on in-store
Poppy Bouquet Tank $158 A wisp of crinkled chiffon, tied together with wide ribbons of lace. By Anna Sui for Anthropologie.
Spring Rain Skirt A deluge of leaf-green blossoms accented with pops of gentle fuchsia fall upon rows of flirty ruffles. By Anna Sui for Anthropologie.
Fenced Garden Skirt Between black borders of rickrack and pickets, a yard of colorful flora thrives. From Anna Sui for Anthropologie.