Welcome back to another installment of For Your Viewing Pleasure, where we take time out of the week to curate a set of photos from the K-pop landscape.
Roses, holiday table cloths, rouge lipstick, spaghetti sauce, strawberries, and Lightening McQueen are all vastly different objects with an obvious tie-in: the bold, impassioned aura that inevitably comes with being red-tinged. However, the flashy primary color has finally edged its way out of ugly Christmas sweaters, Santa suits, and ’50’s mod looks. In fact, red has recently reared its eye-catching head onto runway shows, designating itself as the new “it” color for the fall 2017 fashion season.
Nonetheless, red is quite a daunting color, requiring a great deal of confidence and good judgement to pull off. Take some cues from these Korean fashion publications and how they work the audacious color into both the models’ outfits and the composition of the photographs — sometimes sprinkling in little morsels of it for a small fiery accent, and going all out with it when aiming for a more editorial look.
(Images via 1st Look, Beauty Magazine, The Star, Nylon, Men’s Uno)