A special fashion show will be held where spectators can appreciate the diversity of hanbok fashion, which includes royal costumes of kings and queens, the traditional costumes worn at coming-of-age ceremonies and weddings, and the modernized hanbok that was reborn with a modern touch.
Seoul City will host the ‘Seoul 365-Seoul Museum of History Fashion Show’ under the theme of hanbok on August 29 (Wed.) at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the ‘Seoul Museum of History.’
The fashion show will unfold under the theme ‘hanbok’ and is scheduled to be held at the Seoul Museum of History, a noted site encompassing both the history and traditions of Seoul, and the show will be open to the public.
The Seoul 365 Fashion Show is an event taking place from April to November at Seoullo 7017, the Seoul Museum of Art and other main attractions in Seoul for citizens to enjoy the unique fashion culture in their everyday lives. The fashion show presents rising designers with the opportunity to introduce their brands while offering young models who dream of becoming fashion models a chance to stand on the runway.
Citizens who visit the hanbok fashion show will come in contact with the spirit of the different colorful and rich hanbok fashion of 40 different costumes that include the refined and full traditional hanbok, the royal hanbok breathing with decorum and elegance and the modernized hanbok reborn with a modern and polished touch.
Spectators will gain insight not only into the hanbok of the past and the present but into the trends of future hanbok fashion, and the fashion show will offer the opportunity of encountering both the beauty and potential for change in the traditional costume.