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Flowerboys and the appeal of 'soft masculinity' in South Korea

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A man wearing make-up on the street may elicit unwelcome glares, questions about his masculinity and even his sexuality. But in South Korea, ideas about how to look good as a man are changing attitudes and influencing the world, as the BBC's Saira Asher reports.

When the BBC posted a video about the make-up routine of a year-old YouTuber in Seoul on Facebook, the reactions ranged from intrigued to downright vitriolic.

Some assumed this meant he was gay, while others admonished him for his choice saying "real men don't wear make-up". There were, of course, those that argued for his freedom to live life however he pleased and against the "fragile masculinities" on show.

But Kim Seung-hwan is used to it. He says he's been called gay by some Koreans online for as long as he's been doing make-up tutorials.

When asked about whether he thought he looked feminine after he put on make-up, he was confused by the question as if he had never even thought about it.

"No I don't. I do not think about this being a girly look," he says. "It's about looking good."

Inside a male beauty salon

For those uncomfortable with men who wear make-up, the scene at a high-end salon for men in Seoul's Gangnam district would have been quite something. But it points to an important shift in cultural expectations.

Senior make-up artist Han Hyun-jae expertly applies foundation, eyeliner and lipstick on a man. He chooses from an array of products and brands that will be familiar to most women, and goes in for the final touches of what he calls the K-pop (short for Korean pop) look . It's a scene that repeats itself day after day.

Packs of confident young men saunter into the salon and then leave with perfect skin and hair. Many of them are singers or actors on their way to promotional events.

One man is there for his wedding make-up, a common practice for men in South Korea. He chooses to get red lips for his special day.

"We make their complexion cleaner, eyebrows darker, contour their faces and draw out their masculinity in a way they can't do themselves," says Mr Han. He says men come in wanting to look like their favourite K-pop idols.

In the last few years, K-pop bands and Korean dramas have become the major influence on young people in the country and last year K-pop broke into the mainstream US and UK music scenes.

"I think Korea is a trailblazer in men's beauty culture, definitely in Asia at the moment, if not the world," says Joanna Elfving-Hwang from the University of Western Australia, who has done extensive research on beauty and image in South Korea.

"The way they (K-pop stars) play with masculinity, what it means to be a beautiful man in a heterosexual or non-heterosexual way, it opens up possibilities for men on the street and eventually makes it more acceptable."

This doesn't mean every man in Seoul walks around with a full face of make-up.

But in young and fashionable neighbourhoods like Myeong-dong it's common to see men walking around with foundation or BB cream (blemish balm) - a moisturiser and light foundation hybrid.

More importantly it has allowed for a much looser interpretation of what's acceptable for men when it comes to beauty.

And some young Korean men are unapologetic about the drive to enhance their look.

From tough guy to pretty boy

That wasn't always the case. In the s and 90s the salaryman was the prevailing male aesthetic. Suits, luxury watches and a traditional strong male look were the norm. Korea has mandatory national service and that moulded and defined what men thought would look appealing.

"In the 80s and 90s, men in Korean pop content were largely portrayed as tough guys in gangster and detective films, and rebellious young men in some TV dramas," says Sun Jung, the author of Korean Masculinities and Transcultural Consumption.

But all that changed in the mids when music group Seo Taeji and The Boys came onto the scene, says Prof Elfving-Hwang. They used rap, rock and techno influences and incorporated English language into their music.

They kick-started fan culture which has now become a major force in the music industry, she says.

Then followed the big entertainment companies churning out K-pop girl bands and boy bands, and their influence has been like nothing before it.

"Compared to the 80s and 90s, now there are a lot more soft masculinities - pretty boy images and gentle male images - represented in media, and consumers welcome and widely consume them," says Dr Sun Jung.

They came to be known as Khonminam - combining the words for flower and a beautiful man. She says it takes inspiration from similar concepts in Japan of bishonen or beautiful boys and Shojo manga - girls comics.

But it's not feminine.

"I think the phenomenon should rather be explained through the notion of hybrid or versatile masculinity - soft yet manly at the same time - which is different from effeminised," says Dr Jung.

She cites Song Joong-ki, the star of hugely popular Korean drama "Descendants of the Sun" as the embodiment of this. He may be a khonminam in his look, but as a special forces captain in the military he is also a tough guy.

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Descendants of the Sun and other Korean dramas have helped spread the South Korean look around Asia and now the world. And that means the ways to achieve that look are in demand.

Male idols are plastered on billboards in Seoul hawking products like face masks and moisturisers. Companies are actively hiring men to sell women make-up products.

Their fandom in places like China, Thailand and Singapore is not to be dismissed either. Huge crowds show up to their performances and product launches.

"Men in China and South East Asia tend to think that Korean men are the typical beauty," says Lee Gung-min, a consultant to South Korean beauty companies.

"That is having a huge impact on male consumers in Asia."

Korean beauty boom

Beyond Asia, brand Korea is starting to sell well in the US and Europe.

Walmart and Sephora now have K-beauty (Korean beauty) brands on their shelves and beauty bloggers are spouting the virtues of the step K-beauty routine for glowing skin. American and European make-up enthusiasts are fast becoming acquainted with brands that were previously only popular in Asia like TonyMoly, Innisfree and Etude House.

Most interestingly, established beauty brands are making their own versions of products that originated in South Korea - like Clinique, Lancome and L'oreal introducing cushion compacts.

The drive for the perfect face has undoubtedly also contributed to a well reported rise in cosmetic surgeries in South Korea to achieve the desired jawline or nose. But it also stems from a deeply ingrained preoccupation with how you present yourself to others.

That's a common sentiment across Seoul. People here really care about how they look and how they come off to the world - both men and women.

You can't walk a few steps without coming across a cosmetics or skincare shop with a salesperson outside trying to lure you in with a free face mask, and companies are definitely capitalising on that self-care culture to sell products.

But men are now as much at the receiving end of that drive - or perhaps pressure - for self enhancement that women have felt for generations.

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All Of Our 30+ Favorite Fashion Looks From Hit K-Series 'Start-Up'

There’s nowhere else to go, you are getting your final fix of Start-Up right here, right now. Whether you’re a hardcore Team Nam Do-san or a loyal Team Han Ji-pyeong, we got you covered with their most stylish looks from Episode 1 to Apart from Nam Joo-hyuk's and Kim Seon-ho's differences when it comes to their character's sense of style, we dabbled a lot on Bae Suzy's willful Seo Dal-mi and her cathartic transformation from newbie to CEO. We can't stop gushing over this hit-series because other than the narrative's open-mindedness when it comes to building your own tech company. We always love it when K-dramas portray relatable growth stories and of course, we're not missing out on a swoon-worthy love team on the side! 

If you want to see a quick round-up of our favorite looks from Start-Up. Make sure to indulge in the gallery down below. Take a look at how they worked around with blazers for everyday wear and you also might want to check out how they dress casually as start-up entrepreneurs without looking underdressed. Don't miss out on each character's signature looks from Song Seon-mi's chic outfits, Kang Han-na's statement blazers, Stephanie Lee's neutral pieces, Kim Seon-ho's power suits, Nam Joo-hyuk's cool boy outfits, to Bae Suzy's transformative glow-up. If you haven't seen the last episode or the entire series yet, beware of spoilers!

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Song Seon-mi

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Song Seon-mi

Song Seon-mi who played as Kang Han-na and Bae Suzy's mother, didn't fall short on contemporary looks throughout the series. One of her standout looks has got to be this sheer ruffled statement piece which she accessorized with a long Dior necklace.

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Kang Han-na

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Kang Han-na

We're not letting this look pass us by without getting full recognition. This dual-toned blazer is a real power piece on Kang Han-na!

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Kang Han-na

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Kang Han-na

Kang Han-na always looks put together and we particularly love how simple this fresh baby blue button-down looks yet this outfit already speaks volumes.

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Kang Han-na

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Kang Han-na

Rolling up the sleeves of your oversized blazer also works well if you want a more relaxed look.

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Kang Han-na

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Kang Han-na

You can't deny the fact that Kang Han-na looks like an eye candy with this pistachio-hued ensemble. The fresh tonal green colorway together with the blazer's relaxed fit is an easy 10/10 for us!

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Kang Han-na

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Kang Han-na

There's no doubt that this look on Kang Han-na screams luxury and power. We love how she just wore this ensemble as is without any other statement pieces because this look works so well already! This ruby shade is easily our new favorite shade of red.

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Start-Up Cast

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Start-Up Cast

This right here is a moment indeed! Take a closer look at their outfits and how each of them stood out.

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Stephanie Lee

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Stephanie Lee

Stephanie Lee is one fo the best supporting characters of the story. We particularly love her persistence and her neutral ensembles!

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Stephanie Lee

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Stephanie Lee

Nothing screams power other than a white buttondown with a larger-than-life collar. Can you see the detail on the pinstriped blazers she wore here?

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Stephanie Lee

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Stephanie Lee

We love how Stephanie doesn't shy away from accessories at all! This pair of twisted hoop earrings paired with her blush button-down is definitely one of our favorite looks.

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Start-Up Cast

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Start-Up Cast

Here's a better angle of Stephanie Lee's previous look! The brown leather skirt on her looks so good as a power piece. We can really see ourselves sporting that skirt with a white graphic tee or a cropped neutral blazer!

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Kim Seon-ho

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Kim Seon-ho

Kim Seon-ho easily became our dream guy because of his power suits!

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Kim Seon-ho

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Kim Seon-ho

A neutral suit ensemble? Kim Seon-ho really did that well.

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Kim Seon-ho

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Kim Seon-ho

If only men in real life would appreciate color blocking and monochromatic outfits like Kim Seon-ho!

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Kim Seon-ho

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Kim Seon-ho

Make way because this might just be his best look in the entire series.

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Kim Seon-ho

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Kim Seon-ho

If you think you've seen everything, Kim Seon-ho does not only look good in a nicely two-toned outfit but he looks so put together with a printed statement piece as well.

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Kim Seon-ho and Bae Suzy

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Kim Seon-ho and Bae Suzy

Here's a photo for all the Team Han Ji-pyeong stans out there!

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Kim Seon-ho

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Kim Seon-ho

Come on, even with a plain black buttondown and a white shirt on he looks charming!

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Kim Seon-ho

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Kim Seon-ho

Okay now he's just showing off! Talk about a suit that's stylish and wearable even on casual days.

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

Button-downs are typical for businessmen but why does Nam Joo-hyuk look so dreamy in them?

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

'Start-Up' never falls short of moments like this when Nam Joo-hyuk looks so relatable. There are just days when you just want to put on a white shirt and a plaid button-down for easy days.

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

He does not only ace business-appropriate dressing in the series but he looks like a charmer in streetwear, too!

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

In case you're wondering, this is what Nam Joo-hyuk will look like if he ever takes you out on a date.

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

Black-on-black but make it look interesting!

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

Someone forbid Nam Joo-hyuk to wear a collegiate sweatshirt again because this looks so cute!

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

This look screams "I gotta go" in so many aspects. All we can say is, we can relate.

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

Nam Joo-hyuk as Steve Jobs? We think so, too.

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Nam Joo-hyuk

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Nam Joo-hyuk

Ah yes, this right here is a sight to see! You can really never go wrong with a man who looks so good n a staple white button-down and a black tie.

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Bae Suzy

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Bae Suzy

What are your thoughts about Bae Suzy's looks from 'Start-Up'?

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Bae Suzy

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Bae Suzy

Her character's growth from newbie to CEO is perfectly shown in her character's evolving ensembles.

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Bae Suzy

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Bae Suzy

From basic pinstriped blazers to this chic cool neutral set, Bae Suzy's transformation in the series is impressive and we're not taking it lightly.

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Bae Suzy

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Bae Suzy

Apart from colors, material and textures matter as well. Take a look at this denim button-down paired with a denim everyday blazer!

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Bae Suzy

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Bae Suzy

This look is so simple but it works so well with Bae Suzy's personality.

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Bae Suzy

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Bae Suzy

Bae Suzy makes room for lounge pieces with this cardigan and floral look on. A friendly reminder to take a day off from your WFH ensembles!

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Bae Suzy

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Bae Suzy

Our top look from Bae Suzy is easily this brown blazer paired with a nice minimal pair of gold earrings and necklace.

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SPOILER ALERT

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SPOILER ALERT

Yes, Team Nam Do-san all the way!

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Nam Joo-hyuk and Bae Suzy

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Nam Joo-hyuk and Bae Suzy

Our one true pair!

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Nam Joo-hyuk and Bae Suzy

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Nam Joo-hyuk and Bae Suzy

Who here is on the look out for wedding ideas for because these looks on Nam Joo-hyuk and Bae Suzy are definitely what you should consider!

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The soft boy aesthetic is a style of men&#;s fashion that is geared more towards guys that want to display their more sensitive side and artistic hobbies.

Many &#;soft boys&#; are guys that are into things such as music, photography, art, philosophy, etc.

The aesthetic is actually quite easy to pull off and surprisingly very cheap on the wallet.

Here&#;s our guide on &#;How to dress like a soft boy&#;.

The Hair

If you&#;re wanting to get the soft boy aesthetic down really well, you need to start with the hair.

The best way to achieve &#;soft boy hair&#; is by growing it out to about a medium length, trimming the sides, and styling it in a somewhat messy way or in a curtains style.

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The soft boy look utilizes a variety of accessories.

From large Cuban link chains to round glasses. You don&#;t want these accessories to be overwhelming and gaudy &#; you want them to compliment your overall style and be somewhat subtle.

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These shoes are all readily available and decently priced.

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Jeans can either be very loose or a regular slim fit. A nice crop is always ideal but you can achieve the same look with a pin roll.

A lot of soft boy jeans are just classic Levi&#;s.

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You can be quite creative with your top choices.

Some common tops for achieving the soft-boy aesthetic are:

  • Oversized vintage long sleeves
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Hollywood Actor Thomas McDonell once again proved himself to be a big fan of Korean culture and purchased a hat one that is often seen on G-Dragon and Taeyang.

Thomas McDonell is best known for his role as Finn Collins on The.

The actor recently posted a photo on his Twitter with the caption, “Do you like my new hat?”

The hat had &#;SEOUL KOREA &#;88 OLYMPICS&#; written on the front with an embroidery of the mascot Hodori.

The hat is the same design from G-Dragon and Taeyang&#;s signature hats from &#;Good Boy&#;.

The two artists started wearing these hats as a shoutout to their birth year,

Thomas&#;s hat design is the same as Taeyang&#;s signature hat, only on a white background.

It holds a special meaning to both G-Dragon and Taeyang as they often wear it out in public.

The hat is also assumed to have high value because it is rare with no known place of original purchase.

The fact that Thomas McDonell purchased a hat with similar designs doesn&#;t come as a surprise.

Known as the “Korean collector”, Thomas has shown love for the culture and K-Pop quite frequently.

In fact, his Twitter account is proof! He continually tweets in Korean, spreading his support for some of Korea&#;s most controversial topics.

He shared his support for Korea’s claim on Dokdo island. 

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Brought to New York by the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) and hosted by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, Concept Korea’s aim is to spread up-and-coming designers and the style culture of South Korea. While K-beauty and Korean pop culture, including K-pop, television dramas, and film, have growing presence around the world, South Korea’s designers are still angling for their place in the international fashion scene. “The main objective of Concept Korea and KOCCA is to focus on the fashion more,” said Kyeonghwa Ji via translator ahead of the event. “We expect that New York Fashion Week will help raise interest in the designers and sales ahead of their upcoming shows in London, Paris, and Milan.”

Korea’s fashion-forward culture has led to the country’s recognition as a burgeoning style hub and trendsetter. South Korea is often a predictor of what fashion trends eventually emerge in America and Europe. For example, Seoulites were flaunting chokers more than a year before the '90s trend resurfaced in the U.S.

The mainstay of Korean fashion is its versatility, and designers featured at Seoul Fashion Week typically eschew couture in favor of favor wearable, comfortable fashion. 

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Yohanix’s punk rock line meshed urbanwear with elaborate details, including asymmetrical hems, heavy metallic embellishments, and open-faced jeans creating what designer Yohan (Taegeun) Kim calls “street carpet” fashion. “It’s a combined word of streetwear and red carpet,” said Kim, who graduated from the London College of Fashion and worked with Balmain Paris before starting his own line, which has since graced popular K-pop stars like Choi Sooyong and Kim Taeyeon of Girls’ Generation. “We try to imagine that whoever is wearing our garment in the street would look like she can be on the red carpet.” Free-flowing ruffles and lace were paired with leather, spray paint smiley faces, and graphic T-shirts to create the designer’s idea of “street carpet” fashion.

The youngest of the three, and fan favorite amongst K-pop stars such as f(x), Sistar, Girls’ Generation, and AOA, KimmyJ flaunted the definition of high fashion. Casual items such as bright tracksuits, khakis, athletic wear, and jean overalls contrasted with her poppish unicorn-emblazoned items and flowing robes based on Korean hanboks. “I wanted easy, everyday outfits that utilize special silhouettes,” KimmyJ’s Heejin Kim said via translator. “I added a lot of embroidery featuring easy western motifs and Asian aspects, and also mixed in ‘70s hip hop [style].”

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The morning ended with Greedious’s flamboyantly patterned line; not a single outfit lacked the brand’s typical bold graphics. Despite the colors and wild designs, the collection featured a more professional tone than the preceding lines, showcasing business suits, blazers, slacks, and dresses alongside more casual pieces. Designer Younhee Park incorporated structured ruffles and Lucite heels into the collection for added flare. “I wanted to make a collection specifically for New York.” Park told The Hollywood Reporter via translator. “I really want to see more color in New York City. It’s all black! I made pieces that can easily be mixed and matched naturally with the black New Yorkers love so much.”

Park, whose clothes have been seen on everyone from Beyoncé to popular California-born K-pop star Amber from the girl group f(x), also expressed feeling more international awareness of Korean fashion following the rise of interest in K-beauty and Korean pop culture in general. “Because of the popularity in K-fashion, I feel that there’s more of an interest by the media and the world in Korean designers,” said Park. “So I’ve been able to grow more as a designer, as myself, because of it.”

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While Hallyu, or the Korean Wave, predominantly revolves around pop cultural exports, the phrase extends to style, occasionally referred to as K-fashion. Because of their popularity, Korean actors and K-pop stars are regarded as trendsetters worldwide and several have made appearances at New York Fashion Week in the past. While prominent Korean stars were absent from Concept Korea this year, models walked down to several K-pop songs rearranged to match the accompaniment of the New York Orchestra, including Baauer’s “Temple” featuring M.I.A and G-Dragon, the frontman of K-pop boy band BIGBANG. The finale, “Good Boy” by G-Dragon and BIGBANG’s Taeyang was a fan favorite, with many audience-members opting to stay until the end of the performance to record one of Korea’s trendiest exports and post it on Instagram.

Over by 11 a.m., Concept Korea made a compelling, and stylish, argument about the artistry coming out of South Korea’s creative minds. 

This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.

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