Seoul Fashion Week – CRES. E DIM

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CRES. E DIM is next in Seoul Fashion Week and i’m kind of excited!

Check down below his style and collections!

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Hongbum Kim is the creative designer of CRES. E DIM. Born and raised in Seoul graduated fashion design in Sejong University. Soon after he graduated he partered up with a fellow designer from the same university and launched a brand called ‘ButtonBerry Stitch’.

CRES. E DIM was lanched in 2009 with a concept who’s focussing in the contemporary women’s collection. It pursuits the value of contemporary and modern design, also involves the design that emotional outfit and architectural delicacy with sensitivity. It has properly arrangement to the words ‘Emphasis and abbreviation’ through the design.

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His first ever collection was shown in 2010 Seoul Fashion Week and also selected as one of the 5 top korean designers through ‘CONCEPT KOREA’ which became the stepping stone of his activities both in Korea and abroad today’s work. He presented his collection from S/S 2013 New York Fashion Week and recently he was named as one of the 10 fashion designers present in Seoul with support of Seoul city! I really love designers like him! I can also hold on to the fact that in my eyes it’s like seeing FLEAMADONNA in a more moody parody when it comes to colours!

You can check in the video below his latest collection and a friendly reminder that my birthday is on October 21st!


You can follow the brand’s SNS for more information and updates

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