Showing on the first day of Paris Fashion Week, Moon Young Hee created a collection of voluminous clothing. Her subtle use of color paired with the silhouette of the pieces created a beautiful form around the body. Fabrics were puffed up around the shoulders and bottoms and fixed in at the waist with a large belt.
Some heavy pieces in the Moon Young Hee F/W 2011 collection were given a lighter feel with silk organza trailing from underneath the dresses. The ruffles and layers of the fabrics created a feeling of unique sophistication, and the juxtaposition between feminine and masculine was emphasized with all the models wearing large scuffed combat boots. Delicate flower dresses were standing alongside heavy black dresses and tops, yet the designer managed to create a unity between the two styles.
The collection ended with a beautiful sheer, bead embroidered floor length gown that was delicate and intricate. The collection pleased both critics looking for feminine pieces and those looking for unique, stand-out clothing. Moon Young Hee is a Korean designer based in Paris, France. She is a master of layering fabrics and is known for her fluid and feminine silhouettes.
Ruffled Layers & Combat Boots
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