Vogue Korea's 'Street to Street' Showcases Haute Bohemian Couture

By: Amanda Greer - Published: Jul 25, 2013 • References: vogue.co.kr & anneofcarversville
Hobo chic fashion has swept through the world, exciting and transforming haute couture from sleek, minimalist designs to loose-fitting, grungy ensembles. The latest editorial for Vogue Korea, titled 'Street to Street,' stars Sung Hee and G-Dragon as two extremely stylish hobos. Their baggy, striped pants, long flowing skirts and huge, comfy scarves all serve to make them into runway-ready bohemians.

The fashion ensembles featured in this editorial are, in fact, reminiscent of a couple of famous tramps, namely Vladimir and Estragon from Beckett's play, 'Waiting for Godot.' Sung Hee and G-Dragon look simultaneously goofy and tragic, channelling Beckett's characters perfectly.

With this editorial, Vogue Korea has demonstrated that baggy designs can remain flattering; clashing patterns can complement each other quirkily. 'Street to Street' truly brings fashion into an urban environment, ensuring that its designs are ready for even the roughest city streets. Stats for Grungy Hobo Chic Fashion Trending: Older & Average
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