the STOLEN GARMENT shows off Korean Spring/ Summer 2022 collection at New York Fashion Week

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The Body Of Korea

New York Fashion Week last week in New York City brought the first signs of life returning not only in the five boroughs, but around the nation and the world as we emerge from 18 months of lockdown thanks to the COVID19 pandemic, along with Summer 2021 hanging around longer outside our window today with unseasonal temperature and humidity, it’s also a great time to aim for a fully functional Spring and Summer 2022 with “the STOLEN GARMENT” and it’s Korean fashion collection, created by Jungwoo Park, who’s inspiration stems from a homeless person wearing a garment stolen.

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“the STOLEN GARMENT” specializes in hammered silk, with all crystal buttons on its jackets made up from digital prints, there’s also cotton twill pants with waist band dipped in the back, the front of these pants has detailed stitching.

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“the STOLEN GARMENT” and it’s poly satin coats have zippers on sleeve unlined, but they’re bounded with inside seams; jewelry with “the STOLEN GARMENT” are made up of sterling silver with crystal balls under the aegis of the “Geometric Study Of Jewelry”, and it’s twisted circle bracelet is very lightweight with its unique silver twisted design.

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Mini Bags with “the STOLEN GARMENT” are made by hand crochet and macrame nylon cord strap with plastic beads crocheted right into the strap, the rectangle handbags also have a magnetic in cork closure for quick and strong close so style is not compromised just by closing your bag, it’s also meant to keep your items secure, and it’s priced from $580 to $1,500.

“the STOLEN GARMENT” specializes in unisex clothing where both men and women, and it’s yarns are 75 percent recyclable, showing off the full throttle of sexuality on both men and women, and it’s small, medium, and large size options make “the STOLEN GARMENT” a very special thing to wear that makes you look good.

You can buy all the great pieces “the STOLEN GARMENT” has to offer at

Daniel Quintanilla & Patricia Ann Parenti

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