Sunday, 6 January 2013

New York Fashion Week AW 2012....Sung Hee Kim

South Korean model Sung Hee Kim, after Tracy Reese, NYC, February 2012.

Recreate Sung Hee Kim's beautiful winter look (kind of):

Sweater dress: ASOS sweater dress with lace back, Aiko Sayoko sweater dress, Alexander Wang Magnified fishnet dress, Rag & Bone/JEAN Diane dress, ASOS woven back sweater dress or Autumn Cashmere flared rib dress

10 comments:

  1. Tres beau street style, coup de coeur pour le manteau

    http://www.thebagshunter.com

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  2. Representing Asians! My favorite part of her outfit is the fur coat!

    http://www.socialbliss.com/spring-wedlund

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  3. I could never recreate this outfit without looking like a yeti...No, I prefer observing the amazing glow of this model whose I will not forget the name!)

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  4. This model is so exquisite, I can hardly take my eyes off her in this photo! Her wide set eyes, porcelain face, and rosebud lips are intriguing! The street style and grunge boots make me swoon! xx

    Love,
    -Lauren at adorn la femme
    http://adornlafemme.blogspot.com

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  5. Love this outfit, it looks so cozy!

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  6. amazing monotone!

    Bises,
    monkeyshines
    http://monkeyshines-monkeyshines.blogspot.com/

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  7. @Mariannepaul - ha ha! Yes, there is a fine line between yeti and chic! Although when it is freezing cold, I don;t think looking like a yeti really matters!

    @Lauren - she is beautiful isn't she! Pretty hair and make-up always makes me happy when I am photographing!

    @Lady Vintage - super cosy and easy.

    @Jessica - me too!

    @the bags hunter - glad you like her style!

    @Spring - :)

    @monkeyshines - lifted by textures and tiny gold detailing on her sweater dress!

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  8. I was wondering, do you edit your pictures? Or do you always shoot on film?

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  9. @Domenic - Pretty much they are straight up, straight out of camera but occasionally I tweak them in photoshop or lightroom. Although I loathe having to use photoshop (no idea what I am doing really!) so try to avoid as much as possible ;)

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