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At Fabric Mart: Anna Sui Fabric is Here!


Designs by Anna Sui
Anna Sui is one of the most well-known designers in fashion today being named one of the top five fashion icons of the decade. Her timeless designs and wild prints have earned the Lifetime Achievement Award from the CFDA. Like many fashion students Anna Sui began at Parsons. After school she started out by designing clothing out of her apartment. With only $300 in her savings she quit her job and ran a business from  a corner in her living room.
Anna Sui, Fashion Designer
 What an inspiring story!
How many of you are in the same situation right now?
Don't give up, you could be just as successful as Anna Sui someday!

Find Anna Sui fabric on FabricMartFabrics.com

Here are a few of Anna Sui's designs:
Below the images are links to the fabric we have that are currently online.

Anna Sui Reversible Plaid Novelty Weave Wool Suiting - CSD5244 SOLD OUT


Anna Sui Abstract Boucle - CPA5245  SOLD OUT
Anna-Sui Floral Geometric Dobby Jacquard - SOD5257  SOLD OUT

Anna Sui Geometric Silk Chiffon Panel - MKC5198  SOLD OUT

Anna Sui Garden on Silk Chiffon Panel - CWI5178  SOLD OUT


 See more of Anna Sui's designs by visiting her website: http://annasui.com/

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  1. Great post. I Love your Anna Sui fabrics. I buy it up all the time. Keep up the great work guys and keep up the great prices. yay!

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