Seoul Collection 2007 S/S

Seoul Collection 2007 S/S

Seoul Collection 2007 F/W


Fashion Designer / Hanna, Jung   colaboration with Product Designer / SDESIGNUNIT
Music, Sound Composed and Produced by Pillip Neil Martin  
Technologied by FILSCO,  Sponsored by DongSan Umbella

In the Spring 2007 collection he presented on Wednesday, September 13th in the Atelier at Bryant Park, Richard Chai once again hewed close to the Asian-tinged minimalism for which he's become known the past few seasons, with wonderfully wearable results.
Citing Irving Penn's flower photos and Bruce Davidson's "Brooklyn Gang" images as his jumping off point, Chai navigated between the flou of one and the urban edginess of the other seamlessly, for the most part, in a collection that could easily go from day to night and uptown to down.

Fall 2007 Ready-To-Wear

Richard Chai was born in Westchester County, New York, USA, in the mid-1970s. He is of Korean parentage. He was raised in a very artistic family. His mother, who was an artist, took her children to museums, the opera, and other places where they could be influenced by art.
Richard attended Parsons School of Design, in New York. After graduating from Parsons, he went to Paris, and studied fashion design at the Lissa School, working part-time at the house of Lanvin. When he returned to New York, his first position was with Armani Exchange. Then he joined Donna Karan for a while.

From 1998 to 2001 Chai worked as Design Director for Marc Jacobs, for launch of "Marc" line, and was very successful there. In 2001 he joined TSE cashmere house, click here to read more about them, as Creative Design Director. He designed TSE collections for several seasons starting SS 03. In 2004 Richard Chai decided it was time to start his own label..


Richard Chai

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