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Projection of living in the pain of war without losing hope. Collapsed cities, burnt buildings, lost lives, and respite in the sun. Harmony of exposure and cover from harm. Hand knitwork, the balance between distinctive construction and uncomplicated design of stitch. Hand dyeing enhances its uniqueness.
An asymmetrical layered hand-knit cape, with ebony black dyeing that is inspired by demolished buildings.
Asymmetrical high-waisted long skirt, with ebony black hand-dyeing, depicting ash.
Cropped charcoal v-neck sweater, with a right front armhole opening detail, reflects cracks and gaps found on demolished buildings.
Pursue liberty under oppression and moderation
Meet the Designer
Seoul, South Korea
I want to be a fashion designer who calls on customers. I want to be a designer who conveys messages to people. A special thing about me as a designer is that I always deeply research and develop a topic and create something that did not exist before. The reason for selecting knitwear as my specialization is that knitwear has the potential to be developed and be more popular. “Familiar yet Attractive”.