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

 - 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.