Welcome to BEYUNIQUE

BEYUNIQUE IS AN ETHOS OF LIFE, FOUNDED BY LUCY YUN IN 2010. IT IS NOT DERIVED FROM BEY-ONCE, BUT IS CREATED FROM LUCY'S LAST NAME, YUN, COMBINED WITH HER MOTTO OF LIFE TO BE UNIQUE.

About

WHAT IS BEYUNIQUE?

BEYUNIQUE is an ethos of life founded by Lucy Yun. Since she was very young, she has been non-stop searching her soul. Her never-ending journeys continued from personality tests to travelling throughout Europe, Asia, Oceania and North America. One thing was very clear- she always yearned to be herself; not to be swayed by mega trends, brainwashed by mass media, or influenced by celebrities. When she moved to Vancouver in 2010, she created BEYUNIQUE, which means to be YUN (herself) and to BE UNIQUE. A decade has flown by, BEYUNIQUE still stands as a place for Lucy's self-expressionism.

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What Does She Do?

ART DIRECTION

Delivering a concept-oriented look and feel by building a photo shoot team, providing art and creative direction and set design.

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Specializing in branding, packaging design, stationery design, publication design, web design and UX/UI.

SOCIAL MEDIA CONSULTING

Providing on-brand social media strategies, creating visual contents and managing multiple social media platforms.

BRAND PROMOTION

Generating aesthetically-pleasing visual messages designed to promote brands, goods, ideas and services.

STYLING

Coordinating and balancing the right colours, silhouettes and shapes for person, prop and/or food styling.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Specializing in stylized editorials, conceptualized still life and candid photography that captures the moment.

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ENDORSEMENTS

PACKAGING DESIGN 98%
ART DIRECTION 95%
WEB DESIGN 92%
PHOTOGRAPHY 90%
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Glyn Lewis

Owner, Kent Street Apparel

I hired Lucy to help me build profile for my up-start online apparel company (Kent Street Apparel). Lucy is incredibly talented and hard working. I greatly enjoyed our creative collaboration. Highly recommend!

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Amelie Nguyen

Co-Founder, Anh and Chi

Lucy is fantastic to work with - she is a visionary who is full of creative ideas and a quick mind (and hands) to get the work done in a timely fashion! We loved her so much as our graphic designer on a project that offered her to work work with us in-house as a Creative and Marketing Lead. We would highly recommend Lucy for her gorgeous design sense, efficiency, and professionalism. Did I mention she is super fun and sweet too?! Thank you Lucy for bringing our creative projects to fruition.

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LATEST FROM BEYUNIQUE

[Hot Spot] Le Marché St. George

I finally visited Le Marché St. George, one of the must-visit cafes on my list, after longing for a long time. In short, I loved it. It is filled with vintage furniture, great selection of domestic and international merchandises, affordable and reasonable menus, and most importantly, flavourful coffees and teas. There's nothing not to love about it. Seriously.

Le Marché St. George, which also made to the Top 5 Best Cafes complied by Monocle, has gained a lot of loving attention from neighbours and loyal clienteles since its launch as following to Klee I had spoken with who is one of the owners running the cafe with her sister. She told me that Le Marché St. George is supposed to be a "grocery store," as regarding the business licence. Which is why the initial plan to be a cafe with coffee, tea and pastry on menu had to be modified a little bit, yet, it just added even more unique flavour to the identity of Le Marché St. George as it is not just another coffee shop but it has local, cool artisan groceries including Noble Handcrafted's maple syrup and Jerky Baron's beef jerky. Overall, my experience at Le Marché St. George was very delightful and pleasant. It's lovely to have such a calming and relaxing lil' place around the neighbourhood. If you live or happen to be in Vancouver, make sure to check it out in 4393 St. George St. If not, click here to visit its website to see the gorgeous interior designs and delicious menus. 


All photos by BEYUNIQUE 


[Collage] Soft & Dreamy


Daydreaming of pre-fall days' outfits. 

From left to clockwise: 
Loeffler Randall Bag
Alloy Floral Headband
Sheinside Cardigan
Austique Abstract-printed Shorts
Reike Nen Loafer 


[Interior Design] Haberdash: Men's Clothing Boutique in Stockholm

I just discovered this men's clothing boutique "Haberdash," which is aiming to deliver a timeless and classic menswear that can be worn for a long time. It offers the finest quality of men's clothes, shoes and accessories from carefully curated and collected brands including Brooks, Common Projects and Sandqvist. It has opened its second store in Stockholm, Sweden with the minimized and concentrated space that represents its refined and polished style. Looking through the photos of it almost gives you a feeling that you are sneaking a peek of a best-dressed man's closet. I don't know what the secret is, but the Scandinavians always seem to incorporate minimal and sleek designs with brand identities regardless of the field. Whenever I see Scandinavian fashion, furniture and interior designs, I can't stop dreaming of visiting Sweden, Denmark and Finland. I hope to post my travel diary of these countries soon on BEYUNIQUE!



[Outfit] That 70s Style

When I studied Fashion Designs back in the university, I got to learn the history of fashion from the era of early civilizations to Millennium by each decade which made me fascinated and intrigued with distinctive stories and 
styles. 1970s was one of my favorite fashionable time period with a variety of wide-collared shirts, bell-bottom flares, midi- or maxi-skirts, towering platform heels and glamorous accessories that were inspired by disco music and hippies.
As a shopper living in the year of 2012, I'm always keen on the hunt for something more chic than cute. When I found this wide-legged jumpsuit from a vintage store, my eyes were captivated immediately with its 70s-inspired charm. Although I knew that it has to be taken off completely if I am in need of taking care of the "private business", the fact that it has easy-to-wear yet chic-and-coolness was pretty hard to resist. By styling a jumpsuit with a leather jacket, wide belt and/or platform heels, you can easily create 70's style just as even more edgier, modernized and rejuvenating.

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Location:

Vancouver, Canada

Phone:

+604 700 5633

Email:

beyunique @ gmail.com