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Ti­iki’s col­lec­tion was in­spired by y the mil­i­tary look of 1940s and 50 0s. Choos­ing “neo- mil­i­tary” as his c ol­lec­tion theme, de­signer Kim Young Kyun fuses kitschy artwo ork into the mil­i­tary look.

Cam­ou­flage prints on the trench coats and jack­ets came in n the form of soda bot­tles and oth her pop- cul­ture icons, pro­vid­ing a trendy al­ter­na­tive to the mil­i­tar ry trend.

He­ich Es He­ich

Who knew Darth Vader and the stormtroop­ers moon­lighted as mod­els?

The ap­pear­ance of the Sith Lo ord and his sol­diers cer­tainly had pho­tog­ra­phers click­ing away as they stole the lime­light from thee mod­els at the run­way. In con­jun nc­tion with the re­lease of Star War rs

7: The Force Awak­ens, He­ich Es He­ich pre­sented the Star Wars Se­ries cap­sule col­lec­tion. You’d beb wrong to think that the colour pal­ette is only black and white. Stormtroop­ers never look cuter against the back­drop of pink and d baby blue.

With the theme “VS” ( ver­sus), the col­lec­tion also fea­tured strip pes and mod­els came out look­ing lik ke a char­ac­ter from Where’s Wally. . De­signer Hang Sang Hyuk was said to be strongly in­spired by Paul New­man’s por­traits for this s col­lec­tion.


De­signer Kim Bum looks to the sea and its in­hab­i­tants for his col­lec­tion. The jel­ly­fish and carp mo­tifs are re­fresh­ing. Blaz­ers im­printed with a scene of koi swim­ming around in a lotus pond or il­lu­mi­nated koi pro­vide a much fash­ion­able al­ter­na­tive to plain old black or white blaz­ers.

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