Looking back at the extraordinary collection by South Korean designer Miss Sohee, showcased at Saloni Alta Sartoria in Corso Venezia 13, Milan, with the full support of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.

Inspired by Korean folk art ‘Minhwa’, Sohee Park interpreted fascinating elements of nature and traditional colours in the exquisite hand-embroidered designs featuring tiger motifs, magpies, flowers, butterflies, ocean waves and mountains, all enriched with Swarovski crystals. 

In addition to the #DGFattoAMano aesthetic, sustainability is also one of the collection’s fundamental elements, combining locally sourced Hansan Mosi, fine ramie woven fabrics from the Hansan region of South Korea, and upcycled plant-based materials from the #DolceGabbana archive.



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