Korean model Won Kyoung Kim stars in a retro shoot for Harper's Bazaar Korea March 2012 that features an eclectic mix of loose-fitting floral and lace applique patterns with charismatic statement jewelry and playful accessories. The editorial features pastel-hued backdrops and reminds one of their grandmother's summer wardrobe, with bulky bright glasses to match.
The 'Everything is Fake' shoot for Harpers Bazaar Korea was captured by photographer Kim Mooil and styled by fashion editor Jung-a Byun, who chose to showcases designs by Louis Vuitton, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Kate Spade, Marc Jacobs and H&M.
Russian model Irina Kulikova, captured by photographer Fred Meylan, is featured on the cover of the Harper's Bazaar Korea March 2012 issue.
A Retro-Inspired Shoot from Harper's Bazaar Korea March 2012
1. Retro-inspired Fashion - Opportunity for brands to create collections that evoke nostalgia and pay homage to past eras.
2. Statement Jewelry and Accessories - Potential for designers to tap into the trend of bold, charismatic accessories that make a statement.
3. Floral and Lace Applique Patterns - Innovation opportunity for textile manufacturers to explore new techniques and materials for creating intricate floral and lace designs.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands can capitalize on the trend of ornamental granny fashion by creating and promoting retro-inspired collections.
2. Jewelry - Jewelry designers can seize the opportunity to create unique and eye-catching statement pieces that complement the retro-inspired fashion trend.
3. Textile Manufacturing - Textile manufacturers can develop new materials and techniques to produce intricate floral and lace applique patterns that are in demand in the fashion industry.