NYFW ‘concept korea’ Recap: LEYII Spring/Summer 2020

LEYII‘s Spring/Summer 2020 Collection by Seunghee Lee was beautifully showcased at ‘concept korea’ during this year’s New York Fashion Week. LEYII’s minimal yet contemporary designs are said to be a manifestation of a well-balanced composition of experimental patterns and details. As you can see throughout the show, LEYII’s designs represented just that.

Based on the principle foundation of femininity, LEYII showcases a new concept every season that illuminates a quiet yet powerful identity within the said feminine form. The designs are a result of a design play that bounces between the conservative and the contemporary.

LEYII’s Spring/Summer 2020 Collection’s theme was Blossoming Love demonstrating the beauty of blooming flowers which reminds the designer of a woman who is about to fall in love.

The looming sensation of titillation is added to this collection of luxurious fabrics and finishes. The stylist for the LEYII Spring/ Summer 2020 collection was Zara Zachrisson.

The shoes were by Chassune Lapir and the bags in the show were no other than LEYII.

To  learn more about LEYII please visit: http://leyii.com/

About LEYII and Seunghee Lee

Designer Seunghee Lee graduated top of the class in her Womenswear degree at the London College of Fashion Womenswear and then completed her Masters in Womenswear at the Central Saint Martins. Lee has successfully launched her brand LEYII in 2009 through London Fashion Week, and the brand grew in its scale and reputation through consistent and active annual participation in international exhibitions such as London fashion week, Tranoi, Pret-a-porte etc. ​

And from 2015 S/S season, Lee has been showcasing her collection at the New York Fashion Week. Lee is the only designer that has been selected as one of Seoul’s 10 Soul as the representative designer in Seoul, for four years in a row. Also with her participation in the Concept Korea show it affirms her position as one of Korea’s top womenswear designer.