JUNGWON at Nolcha Fashion Week

 

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Friday, February 14th, 2014 at 9:59 am            |              Adrienne Bess

Nolcha held its very own award-winning Fashion Week event at Chelsea Piers over the week. The event featured some talented, independent fashion designers in front of a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers. In their closing event, the purpose of Nolcha Fashion Week was made important for for designers Nina Athanasiou, Dany Tabet, Jungwon, and Gabrielle Arruda. Our first glimpse of these budding artists came when the lights went down and the spotlight flashed on.

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The first to appear was men’s and women’s rain coat designer, Jungwon. Jungwon envisioned a clothing line that could stand weather and the test of time. Her fabrics are made with AQUAMAX: a 3 layer fiber that makes her clothing waterproof, wind-proof, and breathable. The models looked comfortable in Jungwon’s wear, yet still conservatively sheek in light palettes of pink, grey, cream, and black. Although the material looked prone to wrinkling, it seemed to float on top of the model’s bodies like puffy clouds.

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Jungwon Fall/Winter Collection

Jungwon started the closing show. She envisioned to have a clothing line that could withstand the test of time and the weather too. Themen’s and women’s rain coat designer,  Her fabrics are made with AQUAMAX: a 3 layer fiber that makes her clothing waterproof, wind-proof, and breathable. The models looked comfortable in Jungwon’s wear, yet still conservatively sheek in light palettes of pink, grey, cream, and black. Although the material looked prone to wrinkling, it seemed to float on top of the model’s bodies like puffy clouds.