On our minds: Moon Lee’s art wear

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by adakallgren on 23 March, 2016

Moon Lee is the London-based brand for "art-wear".

On our minds is Moon Lee, a London-based brand with Korean roots seeking to redefine fashion as “art wear”. Through garments made from organic fabrics featuring beautiful hand dying and intricate painting, founder Injoo Lee wants to provide an alternative to the “cold feelings of machines” which she means come out of digital printing. Connecting with the senses through handicraft is her outspoken call, and the AW16 collection is inspired by Korean artist Saeng Kwang Park who translated historical events into paintings, referencing last year’s shootings in Paris and the complexity of human conflict. Visit her site here.


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