"My designs are dreamy, yet modern and bold, the sculptural forms, lush draping and intricate details of my gowns create movement, with a subtle sensuality.”
Vivian Luk Atelier is an intimate high-end fashion house that creates Made-To-Order gowns for bridal and special events. After eight years living in New York where she started her fashion training and career, Vivian decided to go solo by moving to Hong Kong to set up her bespoke bridal label in 2008. Her atelier was quickly regarded as a ‘Hidden Gem’ among the elite. She established a private and artistic environment for ladies to enjoy a unique experience, to be part of the creative process of creating their special occasion attire.
Her signature style, which includes draping, thought-provoking use of vibrant colours and flattering style lines, won over the most discerning women in town, including Chinese Olympian Guo Jing Jing, Hong Kong singer Vivian Chow and socialites Cathy Lee, Emily Lam, Arissa Cheo and Jennifer Cheng.
In 2017, as an extension to her bespoke service, Vivian launched her Ready-To-Wear line ‘Little Miss Luk.’ It is a collection of sculptural little girl dresses ranging in sizes to fit newborns to 7 years old. ‘Little Miss Luk’ offers a Ready To Wear service as well as a Made-To-Order service where our clients can request partial color, fit or trim customization. A small selection of matching Ready-To-Wear tops, cocktail dresses and jackets for women can also be found as part of the ‘Little Miss Luk’ Made To Order service.
Vivian’s work have been featured in Hong Kong Tatler, Prestige, China Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, L’Officiel Singapore, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Real Weddings Australia, CNN, South China Morning Post, Style Me Pretty, TVB, and many more.
Vivian began her classical training in art, dance, music and drama at a performance arts school at age 13 in Toronto, Canada. Her experience instilled in her a love of artistic forms, movement and theatricality that can be traced in her designs today.
After graduating from university with honors from both the Parsons School of Design and Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC, Vivian worked with labels such as Donna Karan, DKNY and Gap Kids, before she settled in high fashion working directly with Vera Wang. Vivian designed for the fashion house’s Bridal and Celebrity Made-To-Order departments, where she created iconic red carpet gowns for some of the world’s most glamorous women.