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LCF MA14 Graduate Spotlight: Min Kim

Written by
aconnolly
Published date
12 February 2014
Lookbook image shot by Felix Cooper and styled by Anders Sølvsten Thomsen

Lookbook image shot by Felix Cooper and styled by Anders Sølvsten Thomsen

Min studied MA Fashion Design Technology Womenswear and is from Republic of Korea

What and where did you study prior to your MA at LCF?

I did a BA in Fashion Design (Womenswear) at Sejong University, Seoul, Korea.

What inspired your graduate collection? 

I took inspiration from the Pink Frilled Dress Syndrome and photographer Vee Speers’ The Birthday Party. I feel that the Pink Frilled Dress Syndrome is a kind of mental development stage all girls go through – my collection, with its neutral tones and unexpected silhouettes is the antithesis to this.”

Did you undertake any internships whilst studying? And if so how do you feel about them?

I have interned as a fashion assistant at Seoul Fashion Week and Roliat, Seoul and I have also worked as a freelance fashion illustrator. I am currently doing an internship in woven design at LUCAS NASCIMENTO. This is a great opportunity for me to experience the real fashion field.

What are your futures plans?

I would like to learn more about the industry through working for established fashion designers in different countries. After that, I hope to launch my own collection.

 

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