Vogue.com Explores K-Pop Streetwear


Vogue.com Explores K-Pop Streetwear
Vogue.com Explores K-Pop Streetwear

Renowned American fashion magazine Vogue has finally taken notice of Seoul’s impeccable street style.

South Korea’s fashion capital is filled with trendy pedestrians with a keen eye for combinations and numerous subscriptions to style magazines.

Seoulists known what’s in and what’s fashion faux pas.

To celebrate Chanel’s latest resort show held in Seoul at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza, the magazine counted down the seven top streetwear labels worn by Korean models, editors, actors and K-pop stars.

Among the list was Steve J and Yoni P, headed by designing duo Steve Jung and Yoni Pai.

The label’s diffuse line, which specializes in denim pieces, landed several stars in best dressed lists during Seoul Fashion Week.

SJYP’s impressive client list includes 4Minute’s HyunA, Lee Hyori, actress Gong Hyo Jin, and top model Irene Kim.

The brand is also a favorite of magazine editors.

Recently, Park Shin Hye sported a transparent combination straight off the Spring/Summer 2015 runway in the March issue of Ceci.

Another popular brand that made the list was PLAYNOMORE.

The label’s cartoonish bags with giant eyes and colorful patches are often worn by the Miss A and Girls Generation members at airport appearances.

One of PLAYNOMORE’s most recent magazine features was in the February issue of Ceci.

Rookie group Lovelyz rocked the playful accessories in a dessert themed pictorial filled with chunky platforms and pastel colors.

To find out what other brands made Vogue’s list, click here to read the article! — About the Author: Elsa is the founder, head writer, and editor of KPopBreak.com.

She’s a coffee addict, K-pop enthusiast, fashion lover and one of the few remaining members of the Church of Kristianity.

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