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Lauren Yewon Kim

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Inspired by the flow of egg yolk, the handknit sweater was knit with wool blend yarns of varying textures and merged with tulle to accommodate the transparency and fluidity of egg yolk. The fully fashioned crème skirt was designed using the Stoll M1 program and knit on the Stoll machine.

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The front of the sweater is comprised of different stitches and gauges. Stitches include jersey, loop, honeycomb, trinity, and cables. Tulle was inserted inside the side slit of the skirt.

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Handmade oversized wool blend sweater with tulle. The back of the sweater embraces various stitches including garter, jersey, honeycomb, vertical, rick rack, purl ridge, and 1×1 and 2×2 ribs.

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This sweater is handmade with wool blend yarns. The skirt is made on the knitting machine with a 12GG puma stretch yarn.

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Handknit multi-texture sweater top with tulle sheer areas. The 12gg fully fashioned cable crème skirt was knit on the Stoll machine with tulle incorporated into the side slits.

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Meet the Designer

Kim, Yewon

Lauren Yewon Kim

Seoul, South Korea
Knitwear

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What’s so wonderful about fashion is that it becomes a sharable reminiscence. I have always admired how the designer’s effort and creativity can translate into someone’s expression of their personality, values, and experience, and I wanted to become a part of it. As a fashion designer, I put my emphasis on functional and sustainable pieces. I want to design timeless clothes that people will feel comfortable in and recall their happiest memories.

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