Just like Bette Franke in the Wall Street Journal November issue, the Won Kyoung Kim Harper’s Bazaar Korea November 2011 photo shoot features the Korean model sporting some great headwear.
Wearing pieces from Blumarine, Versace, John Galliano, Armani, Diane von Furstenburg, Marc Jacobs, Hermes and more, the model for the shoot (which is appropriate called ‘Print Maniac’) features more prints in one outfit than I probably own in my entire closet. I mean that in a good way.
Shot by photographer Park Jihyuk, the Won Kyoung Kim Harper’s Bazaar Korea November 2011 editorial spread is just what the doctor ordered if you’re suffering from a case of the cold weather blues.
From stripes to leopard, to houndstooth and even plaid, the shoot is full of every type of print your heart desires.
The Won Kyoung Kim Harper's Bazaar Korea November 2011 Shoot is Wild
1. Print Maniac Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop new printing techniques and technologies to create bold and unique patterns on clothing.
2. Headwear Trend - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create innovative, statement-making headwear designs that are both fashionable and functional.
3. Mixed Print Styles - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Design clothing pieces that seamlessly combine multiple prints for a dynamic and eclectic look.
1. Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Use sustainable materials and eco-friendly practices to create printed fashion pieces.
2. Textile and Printing - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop advanced printing technologies that allow for intricate and high-quality print designs.
3. Accessories - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Introduce innovative headwear designs that integrate technology features, such as built-in headphones or augmented reality capabilities.