Style designers, textile artists work together at inaugural style week at Hongik College
“Level of View” by Um Woo-jin (Park Yuna/The Korea Herald)
Hongik College, a prestigious artwork college in South Korea, held its inaugural Hongik Style Week with the purpose of fostering collaboration amongst college students past their levels and majors within the division of textile artwork and style design.
“I’m grateful to have the ability to current style week, and I’m assured that we are able to create a brand new development by collaborating collectively no matter their fields,” mentioned Choi Chul-yong, affiliate professor of style design on the opening ceremony on Wednesday at Hongik Museum of Fashionable Arts in Seoul.
Choi, who led the style week, aimed to advertise interplay amongst college students and professors from the division of textile artwork and style design, adopting the theme of “unification” on the inaugural occasion. The style week will probably be held within the following years below completely different themes, the professor mentioned.
Titled “Recherche,” the exhibition ran by way of Sunday. It showcased collaborations from 56 masters or doctoral diploma college students — 39 from textile artwork and 17 from style design – and confirmed how the 2 completely different fields might collaborate and encourage each other.
“The exhibition, collectively held by the 2 majors, is extraordinary as a result of we tended to give attention to our personal main. This sort of exhibition is sort of significant for us,” mentioned Yoon Sung-yoon, professor of the Pure Dyeing Academy at Daejeon College, who can also be a doctoral pupil at Hongik College.
“Cross the Border” by Yoon Sung-yoon (Park Yuna/The Korea Herald)
Yoon showcased workwear style utilizing indigo dyeing, which she has delved into for a few years. The outfit that she named “Cross the Border” exhibits how pure dyeing might be utilized to modernized outfits at this time. Yoon plans to develop the pure dyeing approach to modernized outfits, significantly workwear like denims, she mentioned.
Dressmaker Um Woo-jin offered a style design titled “Level of View” utilizing polyolefin shrink movie and thread. Broadly used for packaging, the plastic materials became a cloth for style. Though it isn’t wearable in actuality, the concept of utilizing the fabric unlocks a raft of concepts.
“Trajectory01_Camouflage” by Youn Hae-won (Park Yuna/The Korea Herald)
Youn Hae-won, a doctoral pupil of fiber artwork, confirmed “Trajectory01_Camouflage” utilizing stainless-steel. Artist Website positioning Ju-ram, who additionally graduated from the college with a doctoral diploma in fiber artwork, confirmed “Les Fleurs et Les Factors,” utilizing stitching yarn and lurex yarn.
The college’s inaugural style week confirmed 4 exhibitions, together with “Recherche” and three runway exhibits.
By Park Yuna ([email protected])