Saturday, September 29, 2012

If Looks Could Kill - Ji Hye Park

The Milan and Paris legs of the Spring/Summer 2013 season have anointed a new star on the horizon in the guise of South Korean model Ji Hye Park. Park debuted in New York at Alexander Wang before moving onto key pivotal runway spots at Marc by Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Anna Sui, Narciso Rodriguez and DKNY. The buzz swirling around the 179 cm tall Asian beauty carried onto Milan via ultra blue chip bookings at Dolce & Gabbana, Marni, Blumarine, Giorgio Armani, Max Mara and Gabriele Colangelo. Paris has likewise fallen for Park's considerable charms with appearances at Damir Doma, Dries Van Noten, Gareth Pugh, Carven, Isabel Marant and Barbara Bui. Armed with a killer walk, crescent-shaped eyes, and bone structure reminiscent of supermodel Christy Turlington, Park also displays an elegance and a commanding presence on the runway that is often lacking amongst newcomers. Park is represented by Elite Model Management in New York and is a stunning example of the diversity of beauty amongst the current wave Asian models who have taken the fashion industry by storm.

Ji Hye Park
Image courtesy of Elite Model Management
Source - models.com

Image courtesy of Oui Management
Source - thefashionspot.com

Max Mara - S/S 2012
Photographer - Unidentified
Source - visualoptimism.blogspot.com

Alexander Wang - S/S 2013
Photographer - Monica Feudi
Source - style.com

Blumarine - S/S 2013
Photographer - Marcus Tondo
Source - style.com

Gabriele Colangelo - S/S 2013
Photographer - Marcus Tondo
Source - style.com

Isabel Marant - S/S 2013
Photographer - Monica Feudi
Source - style.com

Marc by Marc Jacobs - S/S 2013
Photographer - Marcus Tondo
Source - style.com

Narciso Rodriguez - S/S 2013
Photographer - Gianni Pucci
Source - style.com

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