When it comes to fashion choices, each generation has its own particular flavor and style. Millennials and Generation Z, those born between roughly 1981 and 2005 and known collectively as “Generation MZ,” prefer a splash of individuality and are more selective about deciding what to buy. The Financial Times recently reported that
Juun.J founder Jung Wook-jun has been making a name for himself in the fashion world ever since he won the Samsung Fashion & Design Fund (SFDF) 2009-2011. Last year Juun.J presented collections at Paris Fashion Week in January and June, and most recently the brand released a number of gorpcore items created in collaboration with
A new year brings with it new hopes and dreams and also its own mood and vibration. This is one reason why the US-based Pantone Color Institute annually chooses a new color to designate Color of the Year. For 2022, Pantone created its own shade of purple, naming it Very Peri.
At the end of 2020, the Samsung Fashion Institute (SFI) suggested that the fashion industry in 2021 would require a “rescue” to recover from the first year of COVID-19. In retrospect, the SFI has observed great resilience in fashion last year. Reviewing the resilience of fashion in 2021 RESILIENCE – Recovering
In 2017, a writer at The Cut, a style site run by New York magazine, was looking for a word to describe what he saw as a new fashion trend: the appearance on city streets of clothes usually worn for mountain climbing, trekking and ski trips. Not finding an existing term,
KANGHYUK has done it again. The creative duo of Choi Kang-hyuk and Shon Sang-lak, who last year burst onto the fashion scene with eye-popping creations made using automobile airbag fabric, again won the Samsung Fashion & Design Fund (SFDF), taking home the prestigious award for the second year in a