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Yu Lun (Eve) Lin

Fashion Lecturer: BA Fashion Design and Development; Institute Associate, Decolonising Arts Institute
London College of Fashion
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Yu Lun (Eve)  Lin


Yu Lun Eve Lin is completing her PhD in Arts and Humanities at RCA focusing on the dynamic interaction between fashion education and industry seen through the perspective of power and symbolic violence in international fashion design pedagogies. She became a fashion entrepreneur after graduating from Central Saint Martins BA and MA Fashion Womenswear 2004–9, selected as Taiwan NewGen Designer in 2011, 2013 and 2014.

She has received the international Red Dot design award in 2014 (by publication) and 2018 (by Educational) for her illustration works. She was formerly a design consultant for Asia-based TEXMA Corp. and has taught fashion design in London, Shih Chien in Taipei, FIT in New York and in China.

She is the author of Practice of Fashion Drawing, which is one of Taiwan’s national textbooks for fashion courses and used throughout Taiwan's vocational high schools. She is also a resident columnist for CACAO art and design online magazine. She is a fashion lecturer and a Year 2 leader in Fashion Design and Development (BA) at London College of Fashion.


  • Practice of Fashion Drawing, Taipei, Top Ching Publication, ISBN:9789869847056, 2020
  • The Girl Who Worries too Much, Taipei, CACAO Publication, ISBN9789868751835, 2012

Recent Conference, Symposium or Workshop items:

  • 3 July 2019, "Working Moon: An Innovative Case Study of Arts Pedagogy for International Students in HE, working with Chinese Students and Teachers in six cities in China" Presentation, Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference
  • 9 June 2017, "Play" co-presented with Tim Stephens (UAL Education Developer [Curriculum] ), Research_Alive Symposium, Royal College of Art, London
  • 15 June 2016, "Made in Taiwan", Research Alive Symposium, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York