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anna sui’s travel diary

take a trip across the pond

Anna Sui was at the forefront of the bohemian New York club scene in the 1970s. With her psychedelic-inspired designs and affinity for bright colors and lush prints, Sui's creations quickly made their way across the pond, influencing pop culture and fashion in innumerable ways. So, a few weeks ago, Sui took a trip to London to speak with U.K. fashion design students at Bath in Fashion. Click through the gallery to see her exclusive travel diary.

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Heading into Central Saint Martins for my talk!

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With the students of Central Saint Martins

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Love the bathroom tile floors at Chiltern Firehouse!

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"Black Willow" pattern dishes by Burleigh...my favorite!

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Selfie in front of the Statue of Eros

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Lunch with fashion legends David Sassoon and Zandra Rhodes

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At Pace London’s exhibition, “A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense”

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The show is about the influential art dealer, Robert Fraser.

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A portrait of Robert Fraser by Larry Rivers

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I love the bar at the Ritz

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In front of the British Museum

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With Roksanda Ilincic

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With my dear friend Tim Blanks at the Farfetch dinner

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Pieces from my Spring 2000 Rococo Gypsy collection showcased at the "Georgians" exhibition at the Fashion Museum in Bath.