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Woodhouse NYFW FW17 Collection
Julian Woodhouse’s FW 2017 Collection is all about merging the gap between the male and female gender. In fact, some of the models featured wearing the designs are androgynous advocates. Julian was inspired to reinvent the typical fashion pieces found in fashion into something with a modern twist and a touch of misplaced details and components.
Rain Coats, Color Pops, and Positive Vibes
Color is not to be feared, yet many in the male species (and some females too!) in America, have been afraid to try colors that are typically “reserved” for women. Woodhouse encourages both men and women to be brave and to incorporate more colors into their wardrobes. The men’s pink sweats/sleepwear, yellow raincoat, and purple fur collars are the perfect way to bring confidence and self-awareness to you and your wardrobe.
Korean Inspired – Seoul, Korea – Morning Calm
Julian is a captain in the Army and was stationed in South Korea for a while. He has modeled and worked in Korea. It is no surprise that there would be a Korean influence weaved into his designs and silhouettes. The design featured on the back of the satin jacket is the map of North and South Korea with no division (DMZ line), and with the words Morning Calm which promotes the message of peace. The city of Seoul, South Korea is close to the DMZ border and North Korea.
Chokers have come back from the 90s and is now trending in fashion again. From my travels in Korea, chokers, being fashion enthusiasts, and the “cute” culture have been seen on the fashion scene for both the men and the women in Asia and Korea. Julian has decided to carry over those androgynous aspects and themes into his collection.