Heart and Seoul, Fall/Winter 2021 Seoul, Korea Fashion Week
It was all about the details during Seoul Fashion Week. Absent were the puffer coats seen on almost all other runways across the globe. Instead, an original and innovative attitude toward fashion and style reigned triumphant. Enjoy this breath of fresh air by looking closely at the skilled tailoring and intricate design elements. This will be an exhilarating journey!
For incredible outerwear, nothing beats the Seoul, Korea F/W 2021 Fashion Week. This spectacular coat in pale pink by Saint Mill topped the charts. Their video is a must-watch. See it here.
Designer Yoosuk Myoung of Saint Mill takes a masterful approach to the design of his coats and jackets.
All the Saint Mill images were captured from their video. The attention to detail on the backs of the coats were as exquisite as on the front.
Saint Mill. Tiered ruffles in back create a feminine silhouette.
Ruffled cape dress by Saint Mill.
How to choose? Saint Mill.
Ensue. Godet panels of white lace on a long black dress create a striking effect.
Asymmetrical over piece on a simple white mini. Ensue.
Fabulous navy print coat with Sherpa style trim by Doucan.
Layers of texture and shine. Dramatic sheer over a print gown. Doucan. Watch the video here.
Cape dress with a charming Art Deco style print and trench coat vibe by Doucan.
Attractive print dress with contrasting notched collar and sash, Doucan.
Doucan collection image captured from the video. Artful fashions by award winning designer Chung-Hoon Choi.
Two tone safari jacket with color block trousers that zip at the bottom to create a wider or straighter leg. July Column.
Traditional glen plaid jacket with attractive leather shawl collar. July Column.
By Manod, an interesting silhouette of leather jacket worn with long side panels and shorts for the women and a barbed-wire pattern fabric suit for the man.
Avant-garde multi-level pieced top by Manod.
The return of the corset, this one in blue denim, as envisioned by Aimons.
Intricate, Art Deco inspired headpiece by A. Bell
Designer Brian Choi’s digital runway show had a decidedly sci-fi flair to it. Watch the A. Bell video here.
Layers of fabrics and textures create innovative contrasts. C-zanne.
Contemporary streetwear for men by C-zanne.
Sweet tartan skirt, sheer blouse, fitted vest and fur collar by Lo Axual.
Feminine pale pink tiered dress contrasted with a Sherpa style toggle button vest. An unusual combination with charming results. Lo Axual.
Modern jacket with bright and vibrant fabrics by Greedilous.
Blouson sleeves on an elegant, understated leather coat. Cahiers.
Beige quilted top with an A-line pink skirt. Cahiers crafts absolutely swoon-worthy outerwear.
A new look for the classic, must-have poncho by Cahiers. Watch the fabulous video here.
Celebrate Seoul Fashion Week with us as we admire the best of the incredibly creative Korean fashion designers together.