Lone Costume's Jung Wook-jun's show was presented with the theme of "The Nobly Born," inspired by Robert Altman's movie "Gosford Park." Jung reinterpreted classic items such as trench coats, tuxedoes and plaid suits. Leather, silk and wool mixed with silk added more Short Prom Dresses elements to the collection.
Kim Seo-ryong sent out models as musicians of the 1960s and 70s with just a guitar in hand. Fitted jackets were matched with wide-legged pants. Hand-knit cardigans and mufflers in vivid colors added a retrospective touch to the collection.
"Metrosexual" was the theme at Chang Kwang-hyo's show, A line Prom Dresses on Sale classical and modern sensuality met. Befitting the theme were the fitted tailoring and slightly exaggerated silhouette. Leather and suede were treated to appear worn out while the colors stayed black, brown and grey.
What goes around comes around might have been an appropriate catchphrase as the Seoul Fashion Artists Association (SFAA) held its 2004-2005 Fall and Winter Collection show over the weekend. The three-day event that ended yesterday at the Seoul Trade Exhibition Center in southern Seoul was dominated by a distinctly retro look.
Son Jung-wan's collection for next Baby Doll Prom Dresses on Sale mixed and matched looks from the 1950s through the 1970s. Only the word ``rocked'' could describe Roy Lichtenstein-inspired showcase that had models strutting down the catwalks in beehived do's and enamel strappy stilettos.
The outfits boasted a combination of transformed poodle skirts, cropped jackets and blousons, along with the feminine detailing of frills and ribbons. The skirts were a variety of pleated styles, from looser pleats with a broader front panel to accordion, all done in a variety of materials such as enamel, pastel specked twill, and textured wool.
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Kim Sun-ja, who is behind Miss Kim Taylor, a Taegu-based boutique, went back and forth from the 1920s to the 1930s. Models in elegant calf-length shift dresses in richly colored oriental prints strode down the catwalks with luxurious mink stoles wrapped around their shoulders.