Saturday, 21 February 2015


Soojin Lee , the South Korean designer who’s worked with famous designers such as Alexander McQueen , Hussein Chalayan and Emilio De La Morena. Last years autumn/winter collection consisted of blues and denim. However this year the Central Saints Martins graduate went for for a completely different approach.

The show started with several coats embossed with camouflaged print. This gave the collection a nostalgic but contemporary feel. The palette of the collection consisted of browns , burgundy , orange. Outfits ideal for a soldiers wife during the war. The green military style coats were very formal with matching bottoms dresses that had a casual and relaxed fit. Whereas the evening wear consisted of loads of patterns , pleats and folds.

She incorporated all the prints in certain evening dresses which made colours stand out. Many of the dresses in the collection were made of silk which draped effortlessly on the silhouette. The floral dresses seemed to be the perfect spring to autumn transition pieces.


By @imanleila