Thanks to Dianna Drahanchuk for capturing the dynamic collections of these highly accomplished Designers. SETSETSET, the first photos are from the Collection of Korean Designer, Zhang Yun-Kyung. Vibrant colours, and patterns make this womenswear fun and perfect for Spring.
Nozomi Kuwahara, is a Japanese Designer who graduated from the Bunka Fashion School in Japan and from Parsons, New York. Her ready to wear collection is a humorous salute to what she calls Monster University students. It is a complex study of Color, texture and style, popular not only in Japan but worldwide.
Eros Tolentino is from Milan, Italy and this is a presentation of the 52 Hertz Collection that is "... a balance of life, soul and the environment, all in the modern world."
Alex S. Yu showed over 30 looks entitled The Crimson Demur. His inspiration is from Grimm's Fairy Tales. He designs for women and men and many of his designs are unisex, a very popular trend today. His luxury line shouts out adventure, experiment and color, color, color in what can be a grey concrete world. He refers to himself as "a colorful minimalist" but his work is all about intensity and complexity in every way, shape and form.
Big thanks to all of these Designers, but especially to Alex S. Yu for the invite to a wonderful display of creativity and a huge salute to what a wardrobe could be.
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