Anett Hajdú completed her studies on the MOME textile programme in 2011. As an accessory designer, she then designed collections for various Hungarian brands. Since 2014, she has worked as a professional illustrator in addition to her work as a designer. She has been teaching professional illustration, fashion drawing and accessory design for MOME textile programme students since 2019. Since 2022, she has been a multimedia art researcher at the MOME Doctoral School.
In 2009 Anett founded the KEPP Showroom at the MOME textile programme with four of her fellow students, working with members of the group to create seasonal collections and experimental projects. She obtained her degree as a clothing accessory designer in 2011, and then designed collections for a number of Hungarian brands. She worked as a co-designer at NUBU and as an accessory designer at the brands USE, Nanushka and Aeron. Since 2012, she has taught uniform design, accessory design and professional drawing at a university preparatory school. She has also taught designers at higher education institutions.
She started focusing more closely on fashion illustration in 2014 and her work has been featured on the pages of Hungarian fashion magazines. Since 2019, she has been an instructor on the MOME textile programme, teaching accessory design and professional illustration. In 2020, she founded the Illustri studio, which serves as an exhibition space and workshop, displaying images she has produced using manual techniques. In 2022, Anett was admitted to the MOME Doctoral School, where she is researching the linkages, mechanisms and trends of fashion and illustration.