Good design can bring about social and environmental change. Being surrounded by beauty evokes positive emotions.”
“We have an industrial designer, engineer, interior designer and many other family members in the creative field. If any of us didn’t become a designer, my family would be surprised” she said.
Ever since she started her fashion career, Yang has sought to contribute to the community through charity and donations. Her annual fashion shows have benefited Seattle Children’s Hospital, Plymouth Housing, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Swedish Medical Center, Camp Korey, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and many other organizations and charity projects. Luly enjoys sharing her knowledge and experiences with students and the community.
“It feels natural to me, to use what resources I have to contribute,” Yang said when asked about her passion to help others.
In 2010, she was selected one of the Puget Sound Business Journal’s Women of Influence, an award that recognizes local women for outstanding business and philanthropic contributions to the community.
Luly plans to launch an online-boutique on April 12