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Korea fashion In 2021

Sep 1

In Korea, fashion has changed in recent years on the basis of social media activities and the expanding economy of the country.

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South Korean fashion has kept a particular style, occasionally influencing global trends, especially asians. Despite these influences. The South Korean style is recognized for its expressivity and the uniqueness that is lacking from the North Korean northern style. Furthermore, the Korean Wave has influenced the world of mode. Journalist and author Euny Hong thinks that this mode will soon span the planet.

Through 2021, several Korean fashion businesses were recognized internationally by their partnerships with Korean pop idols and other famous individuals. In many Korean streetwear businesses, clients, especially young people, are extremely concerned about this. For example, in 2019 Fila Korea designated BTS as its model, Guess Korean Ambassador is Bae Suzy and Acme de la vie (ADLV).

As well as Korean Fashion, the Korean Cosmetic Industry also continues to thrive, with big brands all associating themselves with K Beauty.

The hanbok, or Chosenot, is traditional korean clothing (in South Korea). The word "hanbok" signifies "Korean wear."

The Hánbok may be traced back to the Three Kingdoms of Korea, which are rooted in the peoples of the present day Northern Korea and Manchuria (1st century BC - 7th century AD). The art of Goguryeo tomb paints in the same time, with the first mural paintings from the fifth century, may be observed in early versions of Hanbok. The main structure of the hanbok was the jeogori, baji, chima and po coat from that period. The fundamental construction of hanbok has been developed to make-up movement easier and combine several shamanistic motives. The essential structural characteristics of the Hanbok are intact to this day. However, the hanbok used now is designed according to the habbok used in the reign of Joseon.

Korean clothing was inspired both in foreign and Indigenous forms, including major impacts from different Chinese dynasties, resulting in certain clothing types, such as the Song Dynasty Simui, gwanbok used by male officials and nobles. Their clothes The dress of courtyard ladies and royalty women has been adapted to the clothing style of the dynasties of Chinese Ming, the Mongol clothing cheoli and donated from the Ming Court and the manchurian clothes magoja. The cultural interaction was also bidirectional and it had cultural impact on some Yuan period clothes. Goryeo Hanbok. These foreign fashion styles were less impacted by the commoners and mostly wore an indigenous vestment different from the upper class. But closing the jeogori on the right is a copy of the Chinese jacks of the Han, worn by models like Kate Moss.

Supertalent Fashion Week, the world's apparel trade exhibition for Supermodel Supertalent Influencers, photographers, art directors, designers and manufacturers, is the venue for fashion events in various nations. Its organizers cooperate with business and local and national government groups. The Supermodel Influencer international leader was hosted in Seoul at the Eiffel Tower of Paris, Ferrari Car of Modena, Cannes, Milan, Venice, Rome. It has been hosted in Paris, Jungfrau, Schilthorn, Switzerland and the Korean International Exhibition Centre, Daégu Textile Complex, Missha, Incheon International Airport, South Korea, Eiffel Tower, Galeries Lafayette.

The world of K-pop

The Korean Wave has penetrated the globe of fashion world with a wave spread over various nations in East Asia, Middle East, Europe, North America and Oceania. In many elements of Korean culture, fashion plays a key part, including Korean Popular Music. This focus on fashion is obvious in the clothes used by artists who cooperate with leading fashion firms for their work.