The ladies of StyledtoaTEA have been to their fair share of fashion shows, and Concept Korea was definitely one of the best! The collection was filled with asymmetric, very well constructed pieces. There was an overload of fur, leather and suede, perfect for February current wind chill in New York City! Sitting front row was Ms. Jay, observing and bopping to Korean hip hop being played at the Skylight at Moynihan Station.
Concept Korea showcased two different lines by Korean designers Jarret and Yohanix. Both lines were super stylish and contained unique themes and color palletes.
Yohanix designs strutted down the runway with boyish silhouettes, a neutral color palette and oversized pieces. We saw the classic bomber jacket and a more elongated version. Long, plaid coats styled over solid and printed wide legged culottes. The neutrality of thecolor palettes existed in the subdued jewel tones of green, purple and blue. Of course, black was featured as it gave the looks a stylized reality that can and should be applied to every day dressing.
Jarret took slightly took us back to the 1920’s with jazzy music and designs to match. Skirts were ultra feminine. Coats perfectly oversized. And layers delucately draped with a fluid movement perfect for the woman looking for a perfectly slight imbalance if femeinine and masculine detail. This of course consisted more of the femme. We were swooning over the furs. They came in vibrant reds, rich greys and a blue, white and color combo complete with fluid movement.