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.

In an introductory fashion marketing class I took some time ago, there was a large unit in our curriculum dedicated to clothing textures. For about a month, we painstakingly learned about how chiffon was made, how rayon differed from polyester, and the quality of nylon versus that of silk. One point that I was constantly reminded of throughout that unit was that texture was an understated yet crucial part of fashion. After all, a long vinyl coat, a taffeta sweater, or a furry sleeve can be just as eye-catching as a neon-colored ensemble. Below are some Korean editorials that mix and match textures with care; letting some shine on their own, while grouping together some unlikely fabrics.

(Images via Nona9on, Allure, Grazia, Star 1, W Magazine, Elle, High Cut)