Minu: A Brand for the People.
If ever I’ve seen a fashion show that sums up the everyday wardrobe of the average Korean man, this is it. Yes, Korean men usually wear Converse on their feet, and dress shirts usually come complete with sleeves, but other than that, this was a dead ringer.
Minu (an extremely common name in Korean) proved casual and simple with a lovely display of boy-next-door looks littered with a few surprises here and there: baggy sweaters, denim jackets, suit sets with shorts, and stripes, stripes, stripes!
If I’ve seen these looks once, I’ve seen them a million times. But, hey, fashion doesn’t always have to be complicated and attention-seeking. Let’s hear it for the boy!
That’s what we call hashtag wearable!
See all the looks.
All photos courtesy of HERA Seoul Fashion Week .