Ended last april 3rd the Seoul Fashion Week F/W 2013, one of the most important fashion event in asian world and inevitable appointment for all unconventional fashion lovers.
In its full cosmopolitan spirit in the name of technology and modernity, even this time Seoul is confirmed as new destination of fashion system and a forge of a new and interesting proposes. In complex, I really appreciated the collection presented, each of them particular in its own way. Here, a little review of my favourites ones:
A collection composed by clothes that represent the perfect union between fashion and technology, soft and functional dresses, comfortable and elegant characterized by clear and defined cuts.
THE STUDIO K
A ladylike and elegant collection played on black and white shades. The fabrics used, like wool and mesh are haevy and soft at the same time and are perfectly matched with the white fur inserts, for an effect of candid glamour. Meanwhile there also are sensual and refined dresses and other practical ones realized with a touch of streetwear that gives to them a more easy touch...
This is one of the shows that I loved the most. Like a perfect summary between modern and old the collection is composed by garments with vintage shapes and prints, defused and reinterpreted in a contemporary way. So here appear on catwalk a festival of ruffles, peplums, tartan prints and dresses with flared shapes, sometimes stolen from male closet. Ladylike and sophisticated, it's one of the best collection of the whole SFW.
KAAL E. SUKTAE
That's another collection I trully did appreciate. Actual and fresh, with a delicious retro touch, the collection is played on grey and black shades (with some touches of red, white and auburn) and presents clothes with stright shapes, sometimes flared, that wrap the body emphasizing the silhouette.
A young and romantic collection composed by oversized sweater matched with flared skirts and printed leggins. Exquisitely easy chic, is perfect for the not conventional fashion addicted.
What do you think? What is your favourite collection?