Nicole Kwon struck out on her own with her debut Fall 2010 collection for NKWON. The modern aesthetic that plays with silhouette as much as it does the illusion of proportion, the South Korea native and NYC transplant is onto the next with a thoroughly modern Spring 2011 collection.



Progress naturally takes us to the complex, but simplicity is often the most perfect. NKWON's hybrid designs are bringing the ease back to looking polished.  Sophisticated clothing can be edgy when worn well, and most importantly look good.  Fusing her education, and past design experiences NKWON has elevated the game among effortless dressing.  

Clothes define an era, a personality; NKWON’s construction with fabrics and draping is aesthetically fresh, modern, and ultimately au courant.  Nicole Kwon has assisted in design studio's at Hussein Chalayan, Vivienne Westwood, and Peter Som.

Nicole Kwon


Juun J Spring/Summer 2012 , Photography Kay Paris Fernandes



Juun J Spring/Summer 2012 , Photography Kay Paris Fernandes



Juun J Spring/Summer 2012 , Photography Kay Paris Fernandes



Juun.J

Paris Men Fashion Week Spring 2012



Tapping into the spirit of spring, the men of Songzio go blond for the new season. The romantic heart of a poet personified, the eye-catching ensemble represents the elegance of the 1970′s, juxtaposed with the modernity of sharp lines.



Accessorized with footwear modeled after traditional Korean shoes, Songzio’s leading man brings his foot forth with a dapper collisions of tradition and the mode of tomorrow. Here, robe-cut outerwear and mandarin collars enrich a regal on-pouring of tailored suiting. Dressed in black and white, from plunging neckline or cummerbund to silhouettes lengthened or cropped, Songzio delivers a seasoned spectacle that inspires.

Songzio







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