Anna Sui Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Anna Sui is an American fashion designer from Detroit. She was named one of the "Top 5 Fashion Icons of the Decade"and in 2009 earned the Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), joining the ranks of Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, and Diane von Furstenberg. Her brand categories include several fashion lines, footwear, cosmetics, fragrances, eyewear, jewelry, accessories, home goods and a gifts line.

Natasha P. from Salisbury , shared some thoughts about CAnna Sui La Vie De Boh grafance in a review posted by INFLUENSTER: "I have used this as my go-to everyday perfume for two years now. It's sweet yet musky that also doesn't have an overbearing or overwhelming floral scent. Like others have said, it doesn't last long. So I do have to reapply a few times throughout the day. The bottle is small enough for easy carry but due to it not lasting long you do go through quite a bit."


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Freelance Pattern Maker (Former Employee) says

"Lacking in motivation and energy the company is set in it's ways and had no forward momentum in todays work place. Uncompensated internship that require undiluted attention. It was not a sustainable way of working in New York City,"

Showroom Intern (Former Employee) says

"I interned in the showroom department and I had the worst experience. I learned very little during my internship while working with the company. The supervisor was rude and disrespectful not only to the interns but the other employees as well. A typical work day would consists of tedious tasks such as organize the racks, steamed the garments, hang products in garment bags and drop of the garment bags to clients. If any minor mistakes were made at completing these tasks the supervisor would yell and reprimand us for the accidental error. I recommend to any future interns to NOT intern for the showroom department and instead look for an opportunity in another department. Overall, Anna Sui is a great company to work for and the other employees are great if you are not working in the showroom. Cons: Long work hours, rude showroom supervisor, no pay and no full-time positions or benefits"

Design/Sample Room Intern (Former Employee) says

"-employees under lots of pressure Cons: No compensation for interns, tension in the workplace"

Intern (Former Employee) says

"The office of Anna Sui, New York is a dynamic fast-paced work environment. This is your quintessential NY fashion house. Serious dedication and focus is expected. You will be working amongst a truly driven and extraordinarily inspired team."

Internship (Former Employee) says

"My internship at Anna Sui was very interesting. It was a completely new experience and took me out of my comfort zone. It was an unpaid internship but I received the benefit of a behind the scenes look at the fashion industry."

Supervisor (Current Employee) says

"+ Four different shift times. Two people usually working morning/night. Cons: No full-time positions or benefits, pay is low, overstaffed"