Ji Youn Lee, the South Korean designer behind the  label Jarret, was inspired by the empresses and the portrayal of royal women in her home country this season. She played with the juxtaposition between their beauty and sorrow. She showed a number of traditional South Korean pieces that she updated in a modern and feminine way. Key pieces were the fanciful fur jackets, plaid dresses, cozy knits and metallic dresses.

By  on February 15, 2017

Ji Youn Lee, the South Korean designer behind the  label Jarret, was inspired by the empresses and the portrayal of royal women in her home country this season. She played with the juxtaposition between their beauty and sorrow. She showed a number of traditional South Korean pieces that she updated in a modern and feminine way. Key pieces were the fanciful fur jackets, plaid dresses, cozy knits and metallic dresses.

Jarret RTW Fall 201736 Photos 

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