NYFW S/S ’15: Versus Versace

What is more challenging: to create a collection based solely on your own philosophy and senses, or having to create something new and fresh yet that which embraces a history…

NYFW S/S ’15: Lie Sang Bong

What got everyone talking as soon as guests started arriving at the venue was the 1,188 glass tiles that looked definitely too fragile for models to be walking on. Thankfully,…

SFW F/W ’14: PAUL & ALICE

A brand that has established itself as one that offers wearable classics that are somewhere between mannish and feminine with an edge, all the while maintaining a girlish sensibility which has become a…

SFW F/W ’14: J KOO

I’ve mentioned this before in another post but what fashion has been doing to me is just madness itself. I’m learning about things that I never really bothered to know,…

SFW F/W ’14: SHIN JANG KYOUNG

SFW F/W SHIN JANG KYOUNG

I must confess… I actually did not watch this show in person- by choice, that is, which perhaps wasn’t the smartest move especially after more than a few personal encounters with the designer himself but when it comes to attending shows, I have developed a preference of sort which doesn’t always necessarily turn out to…

SFW F/W ’14: PAUL & ALICE

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A brand that has established itself as one that offers wearable classics that are somewhere between mannish and feminine with an edge, all the while maintaining a girlish sensibility which has become a trademark of sort, Paul & Alice stayed true to their identity for their Fall collection, which was themed around the romantic fantasy film, Midnight in Paris by…