Thuy Diep

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Thuy Diep (born in Vietnam) is an American fashion designer.

Early life[edit]

As a child, under the direction of her mother and father who ran a tailoring school and custom-made clothing shop in her native home, Thuy began honing her tailoring skills at an early age. Moving to the United States in 1981.

Education and career[edit]

Thuy's education was at Brown University and early professional career as a Pricewaterhouse consultant.[citation needed] Returning to school—and back to her first love, fashion—she attended Parsons The New School for Design.[citation needed]

After graduating from Parsons, Thuy held diverse jobs in the fashion industry. With Nicolas Caito, a preeminent New York-based Parisian atelier, Thuy provided draping and patternmaking services for high-end designers including Carolina Herrera, Peter Som and Zac Posen. Following her work at Nicolas Caito, Thuy spent time at New York-based young designer, United Bamboo, working throughout the design process.[citation needed].

In 2006, Thuy co-founded her eponymous women's fashion label THUY in New York City.

Thuy and Little Moony[edit]

In 2006, she formed her eponymous label "Thuy", based in the SoHo neighborhood of lower Manhattan, producing women’s designer ready-to-wear clothing.[citation needed]. Thuy was critically acclaimed and showcased in New York Fashion Week.

In 2014, Thuy and her mom "Mama Xit" formed an eco-friendly children's labeled called Little Moony. Little Moony is a tribute to the modern mom's love for style and her budding fashionista's need for comfort. The label offer everyday, easy-peasy, simple silhouettes in natural fibers and eco-friendly fabrics with unexpected, cute one-off details. Designed in New York by Thuy, and made in Los Angeles by Mama Xit, the line is season neutral, is

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