Guo Pei is a Chinese fashion designer. She is best known for designing dresses for Chinese and American celebrities for Rihanna's yellow dress at Met Ball 2015. Guo is the second Asian designer born and raised to be invited to be a guest of the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture after Lebanese designer Elie Saab. In 2016, Time magazine included her on the list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
|Born||Guo Pei, March 12, 1967, Haidian District, Beijing, China|
|Occupation||dressmaker, fashion designer|
|Known for||Haute couture, Rihanna's Yellow Met Gala Gown, MET Silk Couture Gown, Spring Festival Gala Gowns|
|Awards||ACM Best Design Exhibition 2019, International Fashion and Accessories Fair Gold Awards, Beijing Olympics costume design award, China International Fashion Week Best Dress Design Award|
Chinese fashion designer who is known for designing dresses and outfits for a range of both Chinese and American celebrities. She is also known for being the second Asian designer to be invited to become a guest member of the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture. She also founded Rose Studio where she showcases her different designs.
She first began sewing at two years old. She helped her mother make clothes for the winter and soon discovered her passion for it. She went on to graduate from Beijing's Second Light Industry School with a degree in Fashion Design. She began working for the fashion brand Tianma where she designed different gowns and coats. In 1997, she left the company to start her own fashion brand.
In 2016, she was listed as Time Magazine's World's 100 Most Influential People. She was also featured in articles and interviews for Forbes Magazine and CNN as well.
She was born and raised in Beijing, China.
She designed Rihanna's iconic trailing yellow gown at the 2015 Met Gala.
- Chinese fashion designers
- Beijing artists
Latest information about Guo Pei updated on June 14 2021.