An eclectic touch defined the new Concept Korea collection presented at this edition of the New York Fashion Week 2013. Check out the show's best looks.
The Concept Korea fall 2013 collection has sure brought
plenty of interesting looks despite being a relatively recent
presence at the New York Fashion Week. Kathleen Kye, Choi Bo Ko,
Lie Sang-bong, Kim Hong Bum and Son Jung Wan are the five creative
minds behind the label brought an interesting set of looks that
definitely reflected the desire to extend on a global market. With
both bold and edgy ensembles and more elegant looks, the Concept
Korea fall 2013 collection sure brought some thought provoking
concepts into the spotlight.
The five designers all brought a different set of perspectives to the table all centered around the Rhythm of Korea theme. The looks were certainly different as the show progressed, however, we'd argue that this is precisely the thing that made the Concept Korea fall 2013 collection stand out from the crowd. Some of the looks took inspiration from abstract takes on natural elements and dance to bring a set of interesting looks with a clearly distinguishable artsy touch.
Leather will continue to have an important place in the fall 2013 fashion scene, a thing confirmed by the second set of looks from the label's collection, featuring plenty of interesting looks for those looking for practical yet edgy looks. Those looking for an interesting set of options with a high statement making potential will definitely find some graffiti inspired pieces worth taking into account. Sporty vibes were mostly reflected through fab neoprene jackets.
The eclectic and whimsical set of options that defined the Concept Korea fall 2013 collection was completed by spectacular glam accents with a distinguishable retro touch. Sexiness was definitely part of the equation and completed this though provoking show making it stand out at this New York Fashion Week 2013 edition, proving its status as a highly promising label once again.
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