Interview With Successful South Korean Fashion Designer Tae-yong Ko Of Beyond Closet, View The Full Article With Imagery Here.
Korea Herald hails Tae-yong Ko as one of South Korea’s most popular and sought after designers. In the midst of working on his upcoming international collections, and appearing alongside celebrities Zico from Block B and P.O for the television show Fashion King Korea’s second season, we were able to catch up with the busy designer after two very successful and critiqued showings during New York and Seoul’s Fashion Weeks. Ko shares with us his aspirations for his brand Beyond Closet, some favorite moments from both the spring 2015 shows and an in-depth look into the most recent collection. – See more at: http://audreymagazine.com/seoul-fashion-week-interview-tae-yong-ko/#sthash.6o61EYaD.dpuf
A look back at Seoul’s Spring Trend – Head-To-Toe White – Full Article at Audreymagazine.com
From my writing with Audrey Magazine. An interview with YesAsia and YesStyle’s founder and CEO, Joshua K. Lau – find the full article here at audreymagazine.com
We love Asian street trends, beauty styles and brands, but there was a point in time where accessibility was difficult. While Asian dramas were circulating online through various sites and engaging a new international audience, fans craved to have tangible products versus online downloads and streaming. YesAsia was founded in 1998 when Joshua K. Lau and Priscilla Chu addressed the growing need of consumers interested in Asian entertainment goods along with the neologistic Hallyu wave that was flowing across Asia in the late 1990s.
As interest surged, so did the fascination with Asian clothing styles and brands being seen in that entertainment world. As online retail reached new heights in the 2000s, YesAsia, again at the forefront, breached the barrier to Asian street fashion by launching YesStyle in 2006. Those coveted looks could suddenly be easily searched and bought through the e-commerce giant.
From financial analyst to founder and CEO, Stanford University graduate Joshua K. Lau shares with us a bit of the history regarding the expansion into Asian fashion with YesStyle and future aspirations for this sector of his company. – See more at: http://audreymagazine.com/asian-street-style-interview-with-joshua-k-lau-founder-of-retail-giant-yesstyle-com/#sthash.mrxkBPaV.dpuf
Some favorite articles while working with Audrey Magazine at http://www.audreymagazine.com, and while it may be on a hiatus it was a pleasure interviewing amazing designers, entrepreneurs and CEOs that built their dreams from the ground up.