Autumn is perhaps one of the most beautiful, peaceful times of the year, which is why I am so sad to see it go in exchange for blizzards, bitterly cold weather and snow-covered sidewalks, but the Lee Hyun Yi for Vogue Korea November 2011 photoshoot will let you hold onto fall for a little bit longer.
Shot by photographer Hye Won Kang, stunning model Lee Hyun Yi is seen wearing some classic autumn outerwear in the shoot called 'The Way Woman Was,' which was outfitted by talented stylist Kim Mi-jin.
Featuring all of the fall essentials, including camel coats, plaid shirts, wool pencil skirts, leather gloves, riding boots and chunky scarves, the Lee Hyun Yi for Vogue Korea November 2011 photo shoot is all you'll need when you start to miss the days of autumn.
The Lee Hyun Yi for Vogue Korea November 2011 Shoot is Serene
1. Autumn Fashion Photography - There is an opportunity to disrupt the traditional fashion photography industry by creating a niche for capturing seasonal clothing collections in natural environments.
2. Seasonal Wardrobe Coordination - There is an opportunity to disrupt the fashion industry by creating a service that helps individuals curate wardrobes that are best suited for each season.
3. Sustainable Seasonal Clothing Production - There is an opportunity to disrupt the fashion industry by creating environmentally sustainable seasonal clothing lines.
1. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry needs to adapt to the consumer's need for more seasonally-appropriate clothing designs.
2. Photography Industry - The photography industry needs to explore the niche of capturing seasonal fashion collections in natural environments.
3. Sustainable Textile Industry - Sustainable textile industry needs to innovate and produce fabrics that are suited for seasonal clothing collections that are environmentally friendly.