In the wake of completing her second year at Parsons, Sui was recruited by Erica Elias’ youngsters apparel name Charlie’s Girls, where she learned by planning for athletic apparel names and doing styling on the photography shoots of companion and previous Parsons’ colleague Steven Meisel. Sui’s work as a beautician for Meisel’s shoots highlighted in the Italian magazine Lei explicitly were very well received. After the end of Charlie’s Girls, Sui worked for a few other athletic apparel creators including Bobbie Brooks and Simultanee. During this time, she started planning and making garments out of her apartment. Sui expressed that she was enlivened to fan out all alone by a craving to dress demigods and individuals who went to their concerts. Indeed, during this period, most of her private issue was centered around focusing on deals to music stores. While working for the athletic apparel organization Glenora, she carried her assortment of five pieces to a New York expo, and grabbed the eye of New York retail chains Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s. half a month later, those garments were highlighted in an ad in The New York Times. The director at Glenora, where Sui was as yet on the finance, was angry when he saw the commercial in The Times and terminated her on the spot. Left without a task, Sui took her $300 in reserve funds and began a business out of a little corner of the lounge room in her apartment. For quite a while Sui forced the organization to leave her condo, doing unspecialized temp jobs for spare pay and reinvesting each penny of income into her business.