Spring 2015 Trend: Color Blocking Featuring Korean Designer NOHKE J


From Dries Van Noten to Peter Pilotto, color blocking is still making waves for 2015, and all the fashion weeks combined have produced some daring combinations and head-spinning patterns. But it’s South Korean fashion house NOHKE who keeps to current, contemporary shapes while playing up earthy tones versus more intense ones.  Oversized shirts with simple blocking can be just as effective for creating a bit of edge for an outfit despite seeming more muted in comparison to some of the available S/S 2015 collections.

Designer NOHKE J prides herself on creative, structural cuts and favoring cotton textiles and leather.  Fairly new to fashion with her first womenswear launch dated at 2012, her designs can be continually found all over the pages of several magazines including InStyle, Elle and Vogue being worn by South Korean celebrities.   NOHKE is easily a favorite for minimalist lovers. More interesting geometrics come into play for this coming spring and will bring more adoration for the brand.  Below are a few of our color block favorites.  We especially love the combination of gray and white that is found throughout the entire S/S 2015 collection.

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Image Courtesy Of NOHKE


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