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NI-LY’s style is effortlessly elegant yet casual with a sporty touch. Clear simple lines, geometric origami inspired patternmaking, elements from eastern and western cultures translate into unusual yet wearable and modern everyday clothes. The handmade abstract signature pattern “Flying Cranes” is prepared in a unique way by airbrushing the fabrics from different angles.

Taiwanese Designer Lin Yu-Dong studied Fashion Design in NYC at Fashion Institute of Technology. From 2003 till 2015 she was part of the design collective Pell Mell and since 2009 she organises the yearly fashionshows for the design festival assembly. She travelled to Cuba (2009), Niger (2011) and Mongolia (2015) with the cultural fashion exchange project Crossing Fashion. 2013 she received the Kastner&Öhler Fashion Award and the Stilblüten Frankfurt Design Award in 2014.

Lin Yu-Dong
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May 24, 2019

/ ASSEMBLY
SHOW

Kunsthaus Graz,
Lendkai 1,
8010 Graz / Austria

September 16, 2018

/ MQVFW
SHOW

MuseumsQuartier
Museumsplatz 1,
1070 Vienna / Austria

September 16, 2017

/ MQVFW
SHOW

MuseumsQuartier
Museumsplatz 1,
1070 Vienna / Austria

May 5 - 7, 2017

/ ASSEMBLY
SHOW

Kunsthaus Graz,
Lendkai 1,
8010 Graz / Austria

October 8, 2016

/ N°8
SHOW

Bindergasse 8,
8010 Graz / Austria

May 19 - 22, 2016

/ ASSEMBLY
SHOW

Joanneumsviertel
Zugang Kalchberggasse,
8010 Graz / Austria

April 23, 2016

/ N°8
OPENING

Bindergasse 8,
8010 Graz / Austria

March 5, 2016

/ CF MONGOLIA
SHOW

Mumuth
Lichtenfelsgasse 14,
8010 Graz / Austria
in cooperation with AAI

August, 2015

/ CROSSING
FASHION
MONGOLIA

Mongolian University
of Science and Technology /
School of Industrial Technology
and Design in Ulan Bator

LIGHT NIGHT

photos: Wolf Silveri
model: Idia & Charlotte
h&m: Angic Dai

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Collection

The collection is a fluid work in progress continually reworking and further developing designs, details and finishing, adding new elements and removing others to achieve a moving expression of the moment. All pieces are handmade in Austria from natural and mostly organic fibers.