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The meaning of “American Dream” may have changed over time but there’s no question that in its core lies hope for equal opportunity to achieve prosperity through hard work no matter the class, caste, religion, race, or ethnicity.
As someone who once dreamed of the “dream” and later became an active participant of the spirit, having an encounter with the phrase none other than at a fashion show came as both a surprise and nostalgia-inducing which resulted in heightened anticipation for what was to come, not that it wasn’t already high enough.
Despite this being their first time showing at Seoul Fashion Week, Low Classic has been a buyer and press favorite for many seasons now thanks to their classic, modern approach to femininity and minimalism. If Celine and Stella McCartney had an offspring, it would most likely look something like this, with a tiny bit of Acne and Jacquemus here and there.
A collection inspired by overalls which is often used to represent blue collar workers who work hard to achieve American Dream, head designer Lee Myung Sin presents yet another impressive collection full of pieces that shall end up in our wardrobe come spring.
Photo by Justin Shin, Fashion Photographer Seoul Korea