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One of the most important aesthetics of Korean beauty is “Yeo Baek”, or “The Void.” With this in mind, explore a collection that combines emptiness and material, spiritual, and self. This may seem rather profound for a clothing line, but ParkChoonMoo produced something rather new in zen art for Fall 2012. The freedom of the clothing could be felt in alpaca fur shawls, organic cotton hooded dress, and silk skirts. Shifting color from white to black, the apparel took on a more paneled, dimensional appeal with over sized and wide leg pants with capes and coats.
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Son Jung Wan
Against the backdrop of the snowy Saturday day, Son Jung Wan’s “oriental winter garden” couldn’t have been more perfect. Various fade-away grays and creams matched strong turquoise, python, white leather, and metallic. The cable knit panels and open crocheted knits felt equally as youthful as the leather shorts and silk skirts. Still, it was the detail that left an impression; gardens always create that limitless romantic and exaggerated effect, and Son Jung Wan’s interpretation bloomed effortlessly.
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