Susanna is the Original Haute Couture House in Beverly Hills.
Susanna is a world-class women’s clothing designer and a designer couturier who, for over 35 years, has captivated the most elite and influential, high profile professional women from around the globe.
From royalty, the political and corporate arenas as well as the entertainment industry, her clients have come to expect brilliantly designed, and beautifully tailored luxurious haute couture custom-made and ready-to-wear clothing.
She styles elegant women's pant suits, classic jackets, blouses, feminine skirts, dressing for career women, formal evening gowns and cocktail dresses, perfectly finished in top quality fabrics. Known as the designer of "the famous pantsuit" her motto is "Dress for Success".
As a child in South Korea, her dream was that one day she would become a famous fashion designer for celebrities.
After immigrating to the United States as a young girl, she worked and put herself through school at the same time. At the age of 21 she was so broke that she was forced to live in her car for many months. However, her childhood dream remained steadfast, she knew that someday she would achieve all her goals and dreams and she did.
In 1976, fashion designer Susanna Chung Forest founded a small haute couture fashion house in Beverly Hills, Ca.
From its beginning through the 1980s, Susanna Beverly Hills was well known in the movie and television industries for fine, custom made clothing for feature films. Susanna was called upon regularly by Aaron Spelling and other producers to create wardrobes for shows and films such as "Loveboat," "Basic Instinct," "Dynasty," and "Hotel." She worked with Robert Turturice to create Cybill Shepherd's wardrobe on "Moonlighting," which won the 1987 Emmy for Outstanding Costume Design for a Series. Susanna was introduced throughout the world media as a clothing designer for women in “French Vogue”, “American Vogue”, “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” TV show, the “Los Angeles Times”, “South China Morning Post” and more.