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Designer Profile-Yeojin Bae

I am in love with Yeojin Bae's work. Yeojin is awe-inspiring and, best of all, she is an Australian designer. I was lucky enough to receive a recent purchase from the Yeojin Bae online website. The customer service is amazing! I cannot tell you how well I was treated. I highly recommend having a browse online and purchasing a special item from Yeojin's collection. The online shop also carries stock that is on sale, so you don't have to break the bank to become the wearer of this gorgeous label.  There are many chic and edgy designs to choose from. Here are three of my favourite looks from her new collection, Premier '11.


Since this is a designer profile, I want to provide you with some facts and details about this inspiring Australian  designer. Yeojin Bae was born in Korea. She entered the field of fashion design at the tender age of 15, where she was a student at the Whitehouse Institute of Design. She has worked with the likes of the Charlie Brown, Saba fashion houses and received mentionable internships with the likes of Marc Jacobs and Anna Sui.






In 2006, Yeojin Bae launched her own label and since then has received awards, such as the LMFF Designer Award and the Prix de Marie Claire Designer of the Year award. 
Yeojin has moved on to become an international success, with her designs being made available in prestigious stores in New York, London and Dubai.

Check out her online store to purchase some unique designs, and by doing so you are supporting Australian designers.   

Which Yeojin Bae piece has caught your eye! I'd love to hear about it! Happy shopping! 

Suzi x 

Images above sourced from:
http://shop.yeojinbae.com/ 
peoples-history.com
dailyimprint.blogspot.com

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  1. Yes I love her too, I have the pink skirt, seen here
    http://cecylia.com/2011/11/marvelous-melissas-score-a-100-melissa-voucher/

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  2. Cecylia, I also have the pink skirt. It's absolutely beautiful.
    xx

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