Article By Tatiana Ho
Concept Korea, a Fashion outlet that hosts runways for specifically Korean designers, came prepared for New York Fashion Week this year. Presenting clothing from brands DBYD and Ordinary People, the stage was given a fresh look into the future of men’s fashion. Each of the audience members were given complimentary gifts of a high caliber within the makeup world and a book describing Korean Skin Care for their customers. The runway was held in Pier 86 at the Chelsea Piers in Manhattan, a wide room where rows of foldable chairs were set on each side of the runway. Towards the front of the room all photographers set up their equipment, preparing to ge the perfect shots for each fashion piece.
DBYD began the event with their fashion line mirrored after the Spike Jonze film “Her”. Explained by the designer as a set representing the “I’m yours and not yours” phenomenon, the line was set in neutral colors. Each model came with a mix of Wool, Cotton, Demin, or Polyester in the new collection that can be described casual turned to high fashion. Colors included Sand Beige, Melange Gray, Cool Gray, Burgundy, Red, Black, and White.
The second half of the show was represented by fashion line No Ordinary People. 2016 has definitely shown a promising year when it comes to everyday fashion buys. Ordinary People modeled their 2016 Fall fashion like after Hotel People, a representation of people when on Holiday.
The line is used to show the luxury of a high end hotel, referencing activities such as riding in limousines and shopping to your hearts content. The fashion line hosted colors of Dark Green, Neutral Gray, Bottle Green, Midnight Blue, Yellow Ochre, and Camel. Fabrics included Wool, Silk, Cotton, Fake Fur, and Suede.