Wednesday, 31 March 2010
Korean actor Lee Jeong Jin was the muse for this masculine military-themed anthology. Full Pleated three-quarter-length mens culottes, tailored khaki jackets with giant red D.Kang squad-bands were uniformed alongside Dr. Marten boots; concluding a strong virile-silhouette. Parsons graduate D. Kang’s battalion-line has been recruited at Capsule New York City, Vegas, Seoul Fashion Week; dispatched to stockists in the U.S and Korea.
Sunday, 28 March 2010
‘Digital Korea' continues to keep one step ahead in technology, and this time it's in style. As other fashion capitals regularly air their shows over Internet service, including You Tube, this is the first time that technology has made these events mobile. QR Codes have been created by i-Phone in conjunction with Seoul Fashion Week and W Magazine. After downloading free application 'QROOQROO' from their local Apple Store; netizens may catch up by taking a snap shot of black square cube patterns placed on yellow posters around the city that magically transcends into a piece of hi-tech video footage. Seoul is celebrating it's tenth year on the fashion calendar, along with ‘World Design Capital’, but the celebration has stepped right up by this new global technology.
Slingstone by Park Jong Chul; worn by music artist Rain and the apparel for Korean films and cable-network drama ‘Boys Over Flowers’, based on the Japanese comic book series. Fur trimmed crisp-white hoods on sleeveless parkers, hip-hop black hoods, three-quarter-length 80’s-style fingerless gloves mixed with the designers trademark neo-classical tailoring in this collection. Slingstone ultra-masculine pin-up chic.
Saturday, 20 March 2010