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Yeojin Bae Lineforce '12

I always look forward to new season collections, especially those belonging to our very own talented Australian designers. One of those designers is none other than the fabulous Yeojin Bae. If you haven't yet read my previous post about Yeojin, be sure to check it out here.

Yeojin Bae's new collection, Lineforce '12, uses sharp, clean lines, which emphasise the female figure. 

One of my favourite looks is the Nadia Geometric Power dress. I love how the dress has been carefully crafted in a way to provide a hint of skin, without revealing too much. The peplum flatters the waistline, skimming over curves. An asymmetrical hemline brings an edginess to the garment. 

Once again, Yeojin has sourced top quality, luxurious fabrics for this collection, such as silk and wool crepe. Natural fibres sit better, wear better and are better. It's as simple as that!

As per the previous collection, Premiere '11, Yeojin has continued to encorporate the use of pattern to Lineforce '12. This time, however, Yeojin has opted for geometrical art, instead of florals. Her Art Nouveau Stripe Katie dress, Hannah dress, shirt dress, silk top and shirt are simple, clean-cut garments which and bring an air of sophistication to the collection. With colour choices such as black/porcelain and fuchsia/porcelain, what's not to love?

The silhouettes of the skirts and dresses in this collection are figure hugging. I myself prefer an A-line style, so it was a little disappointing to not see at least one A-line garment in this collection.  

Despite this fact, Yeojin Bae's Lineforce '12 collection oozes contemporary sophistication and is another winner in my books! 

Yeojin Bae will be presenting her new Lineforce '12 collection during a special Paris Runway event as part of the L'OrĂ©al Melbourne Fashion Festival in March. Be sure to check out the LMFF and official program magazine for further details. Tickets are available for purchase now through Ticketek.  

Yours in style,

Suzi x

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  1. beautifully written!
    I saw Yeojin Bae at LMFF last year, hopefully I can get tickets this year! x

  2. Thanks Alice! It would be wonderful for you to go again.
    Suzi x

  3. Oh I really like that first dress but I'm in love with the fuchsia pink top! Gorgeous!

    1. Yes, the fuchsia top is amazing too! Great for adding that pop of colour to an outfit.
      Suzi x

  4. beautiful post :)
    would you like to follow each other? wish you a great day!

  5. my favourite is the first dress, chic and elegant, just adorable =)

    ...will follow your blog :D

  6. That first black dress is incredible, I love the unexpected cutaway!

    Alexandra xo

    1. Yes, the cutaway is fabulous! Yeojin Bae is an amazing designer. Do you get Australain labels where you are?
      Suzi x

  7. how awesome, great inspiration, loving your blog!!
    keep it up, and i'll keep coming back!


  8. She is one of my favorite Australian designers!
    So, are you going to LMFF darling?

    Have a great day,

  9. Replies
    1. Thank you!! It was wonderful to meet you too!
      Suzi x

  10. cute!!!


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