Anonymous asked: Congratulations on your place ^.^ On the editorial in Vogue I was a bit =/ over it, the styling was messy and the posing lazy as well but oddly the b-cuts that were not edited looked better imo and did the clothes more justice as the texture and layering was not sacrificed since the colours were not all intense and brought onto one plane.
Agree! The styling was so slopping and the poses were so amateur.
Anonymous asked: Hi! I've always wanted to know about fashion, but I don't know how to start. I guess I just like looking at the clothes. I'm not creative in the aspect of designing nor am I in position to critique. But I want to know more? Anyways, I just wanted to know how you started learning and what are your goals. Thanks. :)
You can start anywhere really. For me, I started to look at the clothes then look into more about the designers…which led me to want to know more about the history of the brand if it’s ben around for a while. Then I explored magazines: the photographers, the stylists, the editors, the models. There isn’t a step by step way to learn about fashion; it’s something you pick up along the way. It doesn’t come over night, but learning about it and updating yourself about the industry will get addicting so you definitely won’t get bored. Sites like Models.com, Style.com, ect… are great places to start. Don’t rush it, there was a time when I didn’t know how to pronounce Yves Saint Laurent. Once you learn more about the industry and know how to look at fashion in an artistic sense and a business sense, then you will develop a point of view, which will enable you to critique fashion in a professional way. It’s a learning process and you will love it!
In the March issue of Vogue Korea, GD appeared in an editorial with Taeyang wearing pieces from the season’s best collections. Prada, for instance, was one of my favorites. At first when I saw the collection, I must admit that I question it a little, but as I look at it more, it started to make sense to me. I know the shoes are pretty out there, but the whole collection was just absolutely whimsical and dreamy…and sexy! Those are not the three word I use together to describe something often, but Muiccia Prada’s interpretation of Japanese influence was something new and exciting.
The rebellious geisha look worked so well. The floral appliqués were simple, but gave the collection such a dramatic spirit. Muiccia is so great at turning something so simple and mundane into creations that are clever and gorgeous. All the pieces in this collection can be done in so many colors, and believe it or not, you can actually incorporate them into yur everyday wardrobe quite easily.
GD didn’t exactly wear runway looks in this editorial. First off, I don’t like this editorial to be honest. It’s not a fashion editorial to be, and absolutely not something I would expect to see in Vogue Korea…or any Vogue for that matter. The Prada pieces, although they look nice in the editorial, appeared to be flat; they looked like they were just placed there with no composition purpose, but that’s just my opinion. These kind of editorials are not exactly my taste, so I’m obviously being bias here.
As you probably know, every 2NE1 member are each gracing the cover of distinguished magazines for their March issue. I am very excited for this, and I will keep you all updated on all the fashion in the next couple of weeks or so.
btledjin-deactivated20130414 asked: Wait so you're applying to Parsons (I'm assuming for fashion design or perhaps Design and Management)? That would be amazing if you got in because I'm currently a freshman there so it would be crazy if I got to meet and talk to you in real life, haha. I hope that you get the scholarship-best of luck!
Yes! I’m applying for Design and Management :D OMG! No way!!! How is it there? I would love to meet you, too!! Fingers crossed!
Anonymous asked: Tbh Daesung and Seugri doesn't seem like they're into fashion as the other 3. TOP is obviously the elegant classy style while gdyb is the swag black style. Although I know daesung like Rick Owens. What do you think of RO as a designer and the clothes?
I actually really like Rick Owens. He’s not particularly something I would wear, but I get it, you know? Everyone has different aesthetic and I totally get his. There are some people that I really question, but when it comes to RO, he’s true to his point of view and I can see where he’s coming from :)
My name is PHI and I created the blog to celebrate fashion and some of my favorite KPOP artists. I feel like fashion wise, YG artists are the most forward and daring. Even though YG called themselves a family, each artist's individualism shines through as can be seen in Big Bang and 2NE1.