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NYFW: SON JUNG WAN SPRING SUMMER 2020

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On September 7th , SON JUNG WAN debuted her luxurious Spring/Summer 2020 collection by telling the story of splendor meets retro with color, the collection highlighted the glamour of vintage wear in a modern twist.

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The collection featured embroidered dresses full of different layers of iridescent fabrics; a rose gold gown entwined with floral print, array of electric blue gowns, and a neon mint dress that screamed splendor.

 

During the show we were able to see that draped sillhouttes are big for next season, neons and pastels will be the go to colors come spring, satin, embroidered fabrics and metallics were the protagonists of this collection.

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Photo Credit: Rodin Banica

Hair: Jorge Luis for Gamma+ Italia Hairdryers & Flat Irons

Makeup: KimRose Eastburn for Bobbi Brown

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Daniela Soriano has a Fashion and Textile Design degree from UAA, she graduated in 2014 and has worked as a Childrenswear designer, since March 2016 she created this blog to fulfill that need to create fashion and lifestyle related content, she’s previously been a collaborator for SONY’s Kalixta platform, as well as some other blogs, but it is with JUST LIKE HEAVEN that she’s decided to make it a full time job and take it to the next level.

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