Suitcase Series: Suki Wang Founder of SUKI W Design

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Suitcase Series: Suki Wang Founder of SUKI W Design

This week we caught up with Suki Wang the founder of  SUKI W Design, a London-based fashion label, to find out what she never travels without, her packing tips, and what her most memorable trip has been so far…

Suki Wang, the founder of Sukiw Design, is a multicultural designer who graduated from Central Saint Martins.

She combines our intricate relationship with nature, Chinese folklore and Mongolian art to create designs with a modern twist. She creates her own illustration style by using Mongolia’s vibrant colour palette with Chinese and Western painting techniques. Utilizing colours found in historical Mongolian murals, Suki incorporates these elements into daily items to continue this storytelling tradition.

With a passion for design and visual communication, Suki aims to merge artistic designs with functionality to create timeless homeware products that flow seamlessly between fashion and home.

Her brand SUKI W Designs is a London-based boutique lifestyle brand delivering multi-cultural originality and combining sophisticated visual design with a vibrant colour theme. Bold, sophisticated, and nature-inspired are the DNA of the brand. Each product is exquisitely made using the finest quality materials and is intended to provide a boutique lifestyle, adding a touch of Oriental colourful aesthetics to our customers’ daily lives.

In this week’s Suitcase Serieswe take a sneak peek into Suki’s travel psyche…

What’s been your most memorable trip, and why?

My most memorable trip has to be the time when I was back in Inner Mongolia in 2019. As a half-Mongo girl chilling with local farmers and animals was such a soul-rejuvenating experience. It brings back a lot of my childhood memories with family, as I was riding horses into the horizon chasing eagles while my grandparents prepare dinner. Time stops when you are standing inside the infinite grassland, as if nothing is important, all the stress and negativity just magically vanished. 

Le Negresco in Nice is Suki’s favourite hotel

What’s your favourite ever hotel?

Le Negresco in Nice. The most artistic and fascinating hotel for a creative explorer like myself. You can find a private collection of artefacts from all around the world in that hotel. 

Where or what is your escape?

It has to be the ocean, as it’s my biggest inspiration. Any island or town by the sea.

If you could go anywhere tomorrow, it would be…

Somewhere around the Mediterranean Sea.

Wherever Suki travels she always brings sunscreen

What’s your idea of a luxury wellness holiday?

Being in a villa (with a pool) that has a reasonable distance to access to the town centre, with a walking distance to the sea. As I’m an ocean sports lover,  after a long day in the sea I’d like to go to a nice Spa to rejuvenate my skin and muscles. My love for fresh local food is another must for a Wellness holiday. I’ll never say no to any boat/yacht trips, the soft ocean breeze can really relax my mind.  

My top bucket-list destination is…

Tahiti, I do free diving. I’d believe that it’s a great destination for diving and making friends with the local fish. Diving with manta rays has to be on my top bucket list.  

SUKI W Design
The ocean is Suki’s biggest inspiration

If you could sit next to anyone – dead or alive – on a long-haul flight, who would it be?

Jason Momoa. I’m always interested in Polynesian culture and their tattoos. This interest used to lead me to design a project based on Polynesian tattoos back when I was in Central Saint Martins. 

What is your jet lag recovery tip?

If flying to the East side, maybe try to find a flight for arriving in the evening in their local time, and the other way round to the West. I personally take herbal melatonin tablets to stick to local time. 

SUKI W Design

SUKI W Design Holding Fan With Engraving

A beautiful holding fan made from coordinating print crafted from silk satin and wood. It’s lightweight, foldable and easy to carry and collect on your travels. It comes with a stunning wooden bamboo stand with teal tussles making it a decorative piece in your house when not being used. 

RRP: £76.00

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What is your suitcase stalwart?


What is your number one packing tip?

No matter where you go, sunscreen is a must. Even on a cloudy day UV light can be high, never skip sunscreen. Pack shorts and small items first, keep at least one pair of pants for the flight and leave room for your shoes. I always bring more shoes than I need. 

I never travel without…

My fan from Sukiw Design. It’s my signature piece that would always match my outfit.

In my beauty/toiletry bag, I always bring…

Eco-friendly face wipe, hand sensitiser. Some hydration face masks always help.  

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