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2017 PREFALL

The collection is titled “Adrenalin & Dysfunction,” and Joon specifically found inspiration for it in Berlin’s cycling culture and the sprawl of bright construction sites spread throughout the city. This is translated into a slew of neon jackets and floor windbreakers wrought from merino wools and custom dyes. The dual words in the line’s title are the only graphics that appear in the collection, and the closest semblance to a print is the repeated use of thick stripes throughout the array of shirts.

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Elsewhere, the collection is grounded by pieces like retro-leaning sweaters, loose-fitting overalls and tight-fitting athletic shorts, all of which are common fare for the Berlin dance floor

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2016 PREFALL

PLYS elevates the humble role of knits and offers an alternative uniform to the modern consumer.

playful in APPEARANCE and Created with both genders in mind, the technical construction methods and quality fabrication is the backbone of each garment. Through extensive testing, our superfine merino wools have been manipulated and strengthened to prevent pilling and ensure longevity. The beautifully saturated colors are custom dyed for an eye-catching luminosity and are a plys signature.

PLYS

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Architecture in korea: located in sinseol-dong, a neighborhood in seoul, this hanok has been upgraded by CoRe architects with the addition of a vertical extension. the contemporary wing resulted from the difficulty of extending the traditional wooden structure, making it weaker while the team was doing the remodeling. in order not to get in the way of the hanok, a steel frame was adapted to, making the new volume float above the previous house. this assured the hanok could be preserved as much as possible.

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existing hanok before setting the project

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a patio was generated in front of the book cafe

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The project by CoRe architects repaired the old hanok and reinforced it with a new volume, achieving the coexistence of these two structures. the resulting shape of the new extension is in balance with the traditional architecture, respecting it. the seven steel-columns on the ground separate it from the hanok. the cantilevered structure uses both horizontal and inclined beams, that creates a tension between the old and new. the building houses both offices and a book cafe, and its all complemented by an indoor patio that resulted from the intervention.



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floor plan

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book cafe on the ground floor plan

project information: architects: core architects (zongxoo u, vin kim, youngrae choi, aran cho, heera kang) location: 96-36, sinseol-dong, dongdaemun-gu, seoul, korea project: commercial facilities area: 99.9㎡ total floor area: 149.41㎡ building-to-land ratio: 66.69% floor area ratio: 99.74% stories: 2 stories (existing one-story) structure: korean traditional wooden structure + steel framework constructor: jehyo client: taejin international. photographs: yongkwan kim

CoRe architects

The LIE Fall Winter 2018 Collection derived from images of icy white glaciers, the arctic blue skies, and multi-colored northern lights reflected against the clear night sky.

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Designer Chung Chung Lee was highly inspired by the styling, shapes, layers, and textures of the Inuit Tribe that resides within this region of the Arctic and incorporated these techniques into his Fall Winter Collection alongside the signature LIE design aesthetic as the base of his collection. High waisted athletic crepe trousers, plaid ruffled blouses combined with oversized coats defines LIE’s signature ‘femine- athleisure’ styles.

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This season’s color story originated from the serene skies and aurora of the northern lights in hope to illustrate nature’s immense beauty and remind us to stop with our busy daily lives to appreciate the planet that we inhabit. Shoes and handbags collaborated by Modern Archemist and Boulhous.

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Since its launch, LIE has grown to include two free standing stores in Korea, multiple pop-up shops throughout Asia and a permanent section in the flagship LIE SANGBONG Concept store in New York’s Meatpacking District. The line is distributed across the globe including select boutiques, specialty shops and department stores.

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Chung Chung Lee was born and raised in Seoul to renowned designer parents who founded the legendary Korean fashion house LIE SANGBONG. Having access to the atelier since the age of six, runways and various fashion week events across the globe since the age of 14, Chung Chung was raised in an environment that fostered creativity and encouraged experimentation, hence his innate inclination toward the arts. Tagging alongside his superstar fashion designer father on his inspiration trips to exotic places such as India and Africa, practicing artistic freedom was a large part of life for Chung.

Chung Chung Lee







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