Chaos and Order at JINsoon at TIBI S/S 2017


Backstage at TIBI the various beauty teams take their cue from the collection’s salute to the Edwardian era (think waist-nipping corsets) meshed with utilitarian influences (functional dressing—though corsets as outerwear don’t typically fall in line with ease). “We wanted to combine the Edwardian era, which is complicated and a bit chaotic with its intricate details, together with the functional utilitarian themes of the collection,” Lead Manicurist Jin Soon Choi explains. To Choi, this means weaving a story through color—“showing the balance between the two—the chaos and the order” via bright and muted hues. Three sorbet hues from her eponymous line represent “chaos”: JINsoon Dolly Pink plus a new blue and orange (both Spring 2017). The “order” side goes to two cool, muted tones: Demure and a new grey (Spring 2017). —Kristyna Kane

Image Credits: Courtesy of JINsoon, Kristyna Kane

NP-JINsoon-In-Post-1Model poses backstage with new lacquer color (to be released Spring 2017). NP-JINsoon-In-Post-2Model is wearing a new gray lacquer to be released Spring 2017. NP-JINsoon-In-Post-3Model is wearing JINsoon “Dolly Pink” backstage at NYFW. NP-JINsoon-In-Post-4Model flaunts her gorgeous gray manicure by Jin Soon Choi. NP-JINsoon-In-Post-5Model is wearing JINsoon “Demure.”
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