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Yoon Takes You Backstage at AMBUSH's First Runway Show

Debuting at 2018 Tokyo Fashion Week.

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Yoon Takes You Backstage at AMBUSH's First Runway Show

Debuting at 2018 Tokyo Fashion Week.

For Yoon, 2018 is shaping up to be a big one. She was recently appointed Dior Homme’s jewelry designer by new artistic director Kim Jones and prior to that, saw AMBUSH‘s debut at Tokyo Fashion Week.

For the Fall/Winter 2018 season, her brand collaborated with Amazon on a surprise apparel capsule and with Beats by Dre, on orange headphones. The collection – including the 33 looks that walked the runway – collectively make up the “NOBO” collection.

In her own words:

“NOBO means northbound. I grew up in Seattle and I had a chance to go out there last summer, and it was just nice being back in the northwest of America where I grew up. I was super inspired by nature. I wanted to do a collection trekking back into my old memories.”

NOBO was thus a weather-conscious look, with outerwear tailored to temperate conditions. Oversized and with a sportswear-backed inspiration palette, the collection was edged in mired grunge.

Go backstage into the show’s making above and stay tuned to hear what is next. In other AMBUSH news, its Golden Week showcase reinterpreted Cartier‘s beloved Love bracelet.

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Lily Chen
Videographer
Frederick McHenry

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