NYFW ‘concept korea’ Show Recap: LIE Spring/ Summer 2020 Collection

The LIE Spring/ Summer 2020 Collection by Chung Chung Lee was part of the ‘concept korea’ show during New York Fashion Week. The LIE collection which means Life is Expression is a modern lifestyle brand that celebrates the playful take on masculine-feminine duality.

The LIE Spring/Summer 2020 Collection is inspired by UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage of Humanity known as ‘Haenyeo’whom inhabits the remote haven. The spirit and courage the grandmother ‘Haenyeo’ gave to the mother and passed on to the daughter, allowed the younge female diver to explore the unseen world.

LIE’s Spring /Summer 2020 Collection shows the narrative of colorful exploration and oceanic romance. Much of the collection’s popular fashionable pieces were influenced by diver indigenous to the islands. 

Diving suits were transformed into modern mock-neck blouses combined with various Chantilly and knitted lace with wave motifs. While, sweatshirts and wrap skirts incorporated their own traditional styles.

Shades of neon could be seen underneath deep hues of blue and aqua to represent waves splashing along the coastlines throughout the show as well.

The stylist of the show was Delphine Danheir. Shoes worn throughout the show were BANU Milano. Headwear was provided by Lynn PAIK. Nails were by ROXANNE-CAMPBELL, London.

To learn more about LIE please visit: https://liecollection.com/.

About the LIE Collection by Chung Chung Lee

Chung Chung Lee was born and raised in Seoul to renowned designer parents who founded the legendary Korean fashion house LIE SANGBONG. In 2011, Chung partnered with his sister Nana to form the fashion label LIE. Since its launch, LIE has grown to include two free standing stores in Korea, multiple pop-up shops throughout Asia and a permanent section in the flagship LIE SANGBONG Concept store in New York’s Meatpacking District. The line is distributed across the globe including select boutiques, specialty shops and department stores.


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