Korean talent, Yuna Yang, landed her Spring/Summer 2017 show at the New York Fashion Week with abundant attentions from the press and notable fashion figures, such as Maye Musk, the mother of Tesla Motor’s founder, Elon Musk. Her idea of reforming men’s basics with a touch of feminine features, like rainbow stripes and her iconic beaded denim, serves wearability in a stylish way and makes the collections memorably unique. In terms of the materials, the prominent talent prioritizes durability, fabrics that will ‘make it through the rain’ and not require ‘excessive adjustments’ during the day.
The set-up of the show was something that is rather unusual. Each Tiffany chair was marked clearly with attendee’s name and affiliation. A bag of aromatherapy candle was securely placed along with press releases. It is safe to say that Yuna has the most organized and upscale show of the season. Chandeliers hanging from the ceiling of the renaissance halls toned down the sharp blitz and the blazing spotlight warming the sight of the front row seaters.