A Band-Aid print on women’s dresses and men’s shirts was the attention-getting gimmick in South Korean streetwear designer Kathleen Kye’s spring collection, which she dedicated to “pained youth” and their “mental wounds” and “unfulfilled egos.” Eye-catching to be sure—with some interesting seaming details in the mix—but likely targeted at a limited audience of people who like to flaunt their inner turmoil.

A Band-Aid print on women’s dresses and men’s shirts was the attention-getting gimmick in South Korean streetwear designer Kathleen Kye’s spring collection, which she dedicated to “pained youth” and their “mental wounds” and “unfulfilled egos.” Eye-catching to be sure—with some interesting seaming details in the mix—but likely targeted at a limited audience of people who like to flaunt their inner turmoil.

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