Carol Lim Biography
Carol Lim is a fashion designer, retailer, and creative director from the United States who collaborates with Humberto Leon. In 2002, she opened the apparel store Opening Ceremony in Lower Manhattan.
How old is Carol Lim? – Age
She is 48 years old as of 20 February 2023. She was born in 1975 in Los Angeles, California, United States.
Carol Lim Family – Education
Carol Lim was born in Korea to Korean parents. Lim earned a bachelor’s degree in economics in 1997 and worked in the corporate world, including a stint with Deloitte, before traveling to New York and working as a product planner for Bally.
Carol Lim Husband
Lim is married to Matthew Killip, a British director, and the pair has two kids.
Carol Lim Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.
Carol Lim Opening Ceremony
In 2002, she opened the apparel store Opening Ceremony in Lower Manhattan. Other locations opened in New York City, Los Angeles, and Tokyo. In London, an Opening Ceremony shop opened in conjunction with the Olympics in 2012.
Carol Lim Career
Lim traveled to Hong Kong at the age of 25 and was motivated to create a business. Its goal was to introduce labels like Havaianas and Topshop to the United States while also featuring developing American fashion companies like Proenza Schouler, Alexander Wang, and Rodarte. She went to the New York State Small Business Development Center at SUNY for help in refining their business plan and receiving a company financing, and they each gave $10,000 to the Opening Ceremony.
Opening Ceremony offers a changing selection of brands from various designers and is noted for its collaborations with Pendleton, Levi’s, Timberland, Keds, Robert Clergerie, Chlo Sevigny, and Spike Jonze.
Opening Ceremony’s eponymous brand is also available at the shops. Lim was named co-creative director of Kenzo by the brand’s parent company, LVMH, in July 2011. Lim’s collection debuted in 2012, and it was inspired by upstate New York and the painter Ellsworth Kelly. Lim is a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and an adviser at Manhattan’s Parsons School of Design.