Whole Lotta Seoul-Fashion Week Part 2
Doucan brand at Seoul Fashion Week proves that feminine and frilly can still be bold and sexy.
Dressing for women who are self confident and live in the height of fashion. The gat, (traditional Korean hat) was introduced in the late 14th century and still looks fabulous today. Doucan.
Brand logo blouson jacket, patent leather shorts and ankle boots. Tough love by Doucan.
Adorable, retro and so trendy, this peasant dress may just make you re-think your jeans and t-shirt. Watch the enormous Doucan collection video here.
Incredible trench coat with panniers. A fashion reference to the popular late 18th century panniers, which were side hoops and added fabric to enhance the hips. I’m putting this amazing coat on my Christmas list. What about you? Doucan.
It’s obvious Chunghoon Choi of Doucan is a master of power DRESSing.
Menswear to borrow by By.D’By. Exceptional trench with layered sleeves and chain embellishment.
Marled yarn sweater with asymmetrical flap vest. So cool. By.D’By.
Color is the new black. By.D’By.
Oversized gingham print tiered ruffle pants. Already fabulous. Add a boldly printed leather biker jacket. Genius. Greedilous brand.
Retro midi length pleated skirt and coordinating blouse with Greedilous brand signature rich and vibrant fabric.
A kimono that feels like a suit or perhaps a suit that feels like a kimono? Either way, it’s all about the “Wow” factor. Greedilous.
Innovative Greedilous brand crafts amazing digital prints and the collections are extensive. If you buy one pants suit this year, this may be it. The pants suit that announces you have arrived. Watch the video here.
Elegant silhouette meets funky fabric. The result is a lovely long dress with sheer over jacket that is simply spectacular. Greedilous.
Drop shoulder bodycon dress that combines a terrific digital pattern with flattering, skilled tailoring. Greedilous designer Younhee Park creates designs for fashionistas who need to stand out from the crowd.
Liquid gold asymmetrical top and drop waist pants create an understated, sophisticated look. Carnet-Archive.
Combining matte and gloss finished leathers, this bronze colored jacket really stands out. Note the unusual contrasting seams along the black leather jeans. Carnet-Archive.
Classic nautical styling with a modern twist accessorized with a charming vintage French sailor’s beret. Miss Gee Collection.
Sweet self tie peplum jacket and easy, full trousers fashion a “pretty as a picture” nautical suit for a fun day onboard the yacht. Miss Gee Collection.
Ready for the red carpet. Stunning plunging sweetheart neckline gown in black and white sequins captures the light as well as everyone in the room. Miss Gee Collection.
An exotic blend of summer strapless top, ocean creature inspired shorts and gauzy sheer jacket and harem pants. An innovative ensemble that is a real stunner. Miss Gee Collection. Watch her video here.
Head turning halter one piece maillot swimsuit and coordinating jacket will be the shining star on any beach. Miss Gee Collection.
Designer Edward Crutchley has a unique take on the world of fashion, focusing on craftsmanship and exquisite materials. Magnificent statement gown tells the story.
Subtly patterned shorts and shirt pair brilliantly with a bold pink silk top. Edward Crutchley.
Handsome embroidered tunic and cropped pants create a vibe of unassuming elegance. Edward Crutchley.
The best of both worlds. Gorgeous black embroidered skirt with massive pillow sleeves in a glorious, brilliant silk. An entrance making ensemble by Edward Crutchley, based in London.
The amazing designers of Seoul Fashion Week have provided us with so much fashion joy. The talent they share with us is so precious.