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Tuesday, 15 January 2019

Seoul Fashion Week S/S 2019

I finally have the time to sit down and watch some collections from SFW S/S 2019. I think I paid more attention to the street fashion than the actual designers this year. Having said that, I skimmed through the playlist and so far I really like R.SHEMISTE's S/S and Miss Gee Collection. Nice burst of colours and variety of prints and textures to balance.

R.SHEMISTE S/S 2019
 
seoul fashion week, 2019, spring summer, s/s jennie kim, black pink, kpop, w korea




Miss Gee Collection S/S 2019

seoul fashion week, 2019, spring summer, s/s jennie kim, black pink, kpop, w korea




 Photos: Seoul Fashion Week
I've posted about R.SHEMISTE before during their S/S 2016. I just love how simple their designs are but they're able to incorporate their own style with some soft grunge and street wear into their concepts. It really coincides with my style which is why I'm more drawn to their collections. 
I'm familiar with Miss Gee Collection and have enjoyed their shows in the past. Their designs are very chic and sophisticated and they play a lot more with colours. Their runways have always been colour co-ordinated which I really appreciate.

Saturday, 15 December 2018

Mood - Soft Grunge Featuring f(x)

My concept mood for today.
Their best concept to date, in my opinion. f(x) is one of the few girl groups in the KPop scene who is able to stand on their own just by their styling. More images from this concept here. They're masters at experimenting with what they have and they do it so brilliantly.


Major props to their styling team because they've executed some really spontaneous styles over the years, this one being my favourite concept from them. Check out their 'Art Film' below from their Pink Tape era and you will understand why I appreciate the group's aesthetic.


Saturday, 1 December 2018

Krystal Jung collaborates with Salvatore Ferragamo in Elle Korea 2018


As I'm branching into the digital media spectrum, I'm always looking for ideas and inspiration for future projects. Here we have a quirky fashion film starring Krystal Jung in collaboration with Elle Korea and Salvatore Ferragamo. Krystal shared the video on her Instagram gathering over 377, 000 views.
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