Thursday, February 12, 2015

Lie Sang Bong FW15.

Last night, designer Lie Sang Bong held an intimate cocktail party at his New York Flagship Store in New York City. The event was a prelude to his upcoming Fall/Winter 2015 runway show during New York Fashion Week. The store features vibrant sky-blue tiles in the center of the floor with beautiful images of butterflies and designer’s previous collections. The white three-dimensional wavy ceiling is representative of designer’s signature geometric silhouette. The store carries Lie’s latest ready-to-wear and accessories, carefully handpicked by the designer himself.
Best known for architectural silhouettes influenced by Bauhaus-influenced geometric shapes, Lie Sang Bong has become one of South Korea’s most prominent designers in history. His designs incorporate traditional Korean aesthetics such as Korean poetry and calligraphy. Last season, he showcased a collection inspired by the emotional state of Korea following the Sewol ferry disaster, where hundreds of teenage passengers lost their lives in a devastating drowning accident.
For this season, Lie  was inspired by the scent of peonies trying to express the stirred emotions and a fragile state of mind. And trust, this collection is powerful with just the right balance of femininity.  

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