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Jain Song

Af­ter the long ap­pren­tice­ship un­der her mother, who is not only a fa­mous de­signer but also a co- founder of the Seoul Fash­ion Week, Song Jain started her own col­lec­tions in Seoul Fash­ion Week in 2004. Now, she is a fa­mous de­signer in her own right.

For her col­lec­tion, she uses trop­i­cal colours. Ex­ude fem­i­nin­ity with but­ter­fly- pat­terned lace; on the flip side, show your in­ner goth with black lace.

Soulpot Stu­dio

The show started with a video clip of artists, de­sign­ers and mu­si­cians talk­ing about the dif­fi­cul­ties they face. As a fash­ion de­signer, Kim Su Jinn knows too well the strug­gles of be­ing in the artis­tic in­dus­try. Her col­lec­tion “Wild Flower” is mainly white and black with hints of or­ange.

Chez Heezin

The cheer­ful mod­els who came out smil­ing, hold­ing bal­loons and blow­ing kisses to the au­di­ence cer­tainly put a smile to the au­di­ence’s face.

Draw­ing in­spi­ra­tion from carousels, this col­lec­tion is for those who want to re­live the joy of be­ing at the car­ni­val. Key colours are pink and baby blue. The pop­corn dis­trib­uted to the au­di­ence was a re­ally nice touch, com­plet­ing the car­ni­val ex­pe­ri­ence.

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