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ConCePT korea A magnificent collection was delivered as Concept Korea’s Fall 2013: Rhythm of Korea walked down the runway at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. It was a collaboration between five talented designers to “promote Korean fashion designers and assist them in their attempts to break into the U.S. fashion market.” The result was a crowd-pleasing and memorable show. The five designers each showed their own interpretation of the “Rhythm of Korea” theme. KYE by Kathleen Hanhee Kye’s designs were bold and colorful, with head-to-toe matching prints, such as a graffiti print. The line came in mostly a deep yellow, tan, and black color palette, as well as a bright blue shade seen in fur coats. Choiboko by Choi Bo Ko showed designs that had an urban-street feel to them. They came in mostly a red, black, and white color palette. Coats and capes were so well made, and many looks incorporated a print with large Korean characters in various colors. Cres. E Dim. by Hongbum Kim presented a collection with deep, dark colors like merlot red and black. A lot of leather was used, with uniquely cut pieces, all of which created hard yet romantic designs.



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