SEOUL — Seoul aspires to become the fifth major international fashion city — and Seoul Collection is part of that drive.
The runway shows, organized by the Seoul Fashion Centre, take place twice a year in the South Korean capital and started in 2001. In the past, the season was as long as 11 days and this year it was eight days with 52 collections presented. The first two days of this 16th edition of Seoul Collection, held from March 17 to 24, were devoted to men's wear, with the remaining six focused on women's wear and a spattering of children's wear mixed in.
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