BARON OH by Oh Baron
Cutting down her mother's skirt, she made her first skirt at the age of five. Sat down next to her grandmother, who designed Hanbok (traditional Korean dresses) for Yuk Young Soo, First Lady of Korea from 1960's to 1970's, she watched and learnt her fine stiching, delicate taste of texture and keen sense of colour.
RESURRECTION by Lee Juyoung
Lee is the embodiment of this fashion scene. She is the daughter of Sul Yoon-Hyoung, one of the fashion pioneers of Seoul, and was a budding cellist studied at Yewon before she changed her course and went to Parsons in New York.
BIG PARK by Park Youn-Soo
Youn Soo Park made his debut in 1980 as a Gold Prize winner at a Fashion Contest hosted by a major daily newspaper in South Korea.
Heich es Heich by Han Sang-Hyuk
Han Sang Hyuk is the first individual who showcased one's own collection among all fashion designers work-for-hire in big corporate brands. He is a motivator who proved that corporate brands can be also creative.
J Apostrophe by Lee Jiyeon & Lee Jiseon
J Apostrophe is a minimalist fashion brand headed by two sister designers, Jiyeon and Jiseon Lee. Luxe fabrics, feminine twists, and avant-garde cuts are keywords that best describe their style.
JINTEOK by JinTeok
JinTeok is one of the most acclaimed first-generation Korean fashion designers. In 1965, she first opened a dress shop called 'Francoise" in Myung-dong, Seoul, and pioneered 'fashion' in the early stage of postwar South Korea.
NOHKE by Jung Mi-Sun
'NOHKE' is a designer collection by Jung Misun launched in 2009. It is famous for its fluid lines, unconventional cutting, slick leatherwork along with its comfortable fit.
PARTsPARTs by Imseonoc
Realistic while maintaining futuristic vision, Imseonoc is more than a fashion designer. She is a visionary and a creator. She was Costume Director of Korea National Contemporary Dance Company, and Costume Director of Korean Cultural Performance in 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
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