Luly Yang previews new designs at Wells Fargo Women’s Roundtable

Luly Yang (in green vest) is known for her evening wear, gowns, and dresses. (Photo by Assunta Ng/NWAW)

Seattle-based fashion designer Luly Yang previewed some of her latest pieces Thursday, Oct. 18, at a Wells Fargo Women’s Roundtable event.

From left: Event Organizers Sue Sewell; Mary Knell, president of the WA Wells Fargo Commercial Bankl; Erika Freitas; and Tran L. Meyers (Photo by Assunta Ng/NWAW)

The roundtable was attended by approximately 90 women and was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle.

Yang, who graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in graphic design, is well known for her bridal gowns and evening ensembles. She has been awarded Seattle’s best designer for seven years by Seattle Bridal magazine.

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