Parkchoonmoo Spring 2014
With industrial cuts and liquid fabrics, it was a trip to the future for Parkchoonmoo Spring 2014. Architectural yet fluid, designer Choonmoo Park created an aesthetically pleasing line inspired by the waves of the melancholy ocean and mood in movies.
Opening with deep blues, crisp whites, and shiny blacks set the mood for an other worldly experience. Park’s background of architectural design is evident in the cut of her garments, which are both structured in an origami style and ethereally dainty. The venue at Highline Hotel just added to the fantastic mood for the show.
Use of soft and toned-down fabrics created a sense of solemnity and movement as with asymmetrical wrap skirts made more modern paired with sheer blouson tops. Garments were layered in different contrasting proportions and different opacities and sheens while sleeves were slit and worn off the wrist so they could move freely and. To add to the complexity, silvery embroidery on black or silver accents gave even more luminescence.
Knee high silver sheer boots with an open toe were a fantastic accent to complete the look with hair effortlessly stacked in a messy bun. PARKCHOONMOO SPRING 2014 written by Nadia Hartvigsen.
Photo by courtesy, more to come!