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It's pretty cool...literally and figuratively.
Planning our OOTDs when traveling to a cold-weather country isn't natural to us. We're so used to just packing lots of sweaters and jackets—that's all. Plus, we think layering different types of clothing will just make us appear bulky: We're scared to
Make the most of your free time!
So you've got a long layover in Seoul—lucky you! But now you might be wondering what to do with your precious visa-free hours to roam around the city. (FYI, those who have connecting flights to a third country don't need a visa
These actually aren't too far off from today's trends.
We anticipate with bated breath the utter and complete sartorial spectacle that is Seoul Fashion Week every single season, but did you ever pause to ponder on its roots? Yep, your fave SoKor stars had to inherit those certified lewks from somewhere:
Including our very own Anne Curtis, of course!
The stunning Louis Vuitton Maison Seoul finally opened yesterday, October 30, and it'd be an understatement to say that its launch was nothing short of spectacular. The unique curved-glass creation, perched atop the prestigious Cheongdam-dong in the upscale Gangnam district, marks a new collaboration with
A chic look for a top-tier fangirl moment.
It's official: The Most Successful Fangirl on Earth award goes to Anne Curtis, who just met her ultimate crush, Korean actor Gong Yoo (yep, of Goblin and Train to Busan fame) at the Louis Vuitton event in Seoul! And what's a girl
Planning a jaunt to SoKor soon?
Leave it to Laureen Uy to make us crave another Seoul, South Korea jaunt even more than we already do. She was very recently in K-town with luxury e-retailer Luisaviaroma, and naturally, every single one of her OOTDs were 100% covetable.As expected from
We dare you to disagree.
Seoul Fashion Week is a total sartorial spectacle no matter what angle you examine it from...but our favorite view has got to be the little children parading around Dongdaemun Design Plaza like the absolute street style prodigies they were (very recently) born
It was inspired by the K-drama "W: Two Worlds" starring Lee Jong-suk!
When I think of cafes, I imagine modern rustic decor, cozy sofas, random wall art, and soft acoustic covers playing on loop. If we're being honest, almost all of them look and feel the same, if not for their different branding and
As shown by Jess Wilson.
Part of going on vacay are the memories you're able to capture, or in this Instagram-obsessed society, the OOTDs you collect. Last April we had the chance to fly to K-drama capital, Seoul, with Jess Wilson to shoot Louis Vuitton's 2018 Womens
Not even 10 and already slaying.
Seoul Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2018 is currently in full swing, and there's nothing we love more than simply people-watching via Instagram's generous helping of street style snaps. Still, we couldn't help but zoom into one clique that stood out amongst the sea
Front row ticket to see dancing models, please!
Seoul is a buzzing city making its mark on the world with its lively music, palatable food, well-crafted dramas, and dreamy K-idols! Now, South Korea is on its way to establishing its own sartorial status. Having a unique understanding of fashion and
People don’t just come here for coffee.
There are countless things to include in your bucket list when visiting South Korea. But apart from the obvious (shopping for beauty products at Myeongdong, trying on the traditional hanbok costume, indulging in street food, et al.), there’s one other thing that
Seoul searching? Let this guide help you make the most out of your trip!
The capital of South Korea is one of the world's greatest cities with its rich culture, beautiful people, and impressive modern developments. A few days are honestly not enough to explore the entire place, but that shouldn’t keep you from making the most
My pasalubong comes in the form of screencapped treasures.
Once upon a time, I visited a land where kimchi and BB creams are of equal commodity, where K-pop is considered an "institution," where everyone lugged an MCM backpack—be it white, pink or cognac, and where locals have a penchant for extreme spiciness.