We collaborated with WCSP (Woven Cut Sewn Perfection) and dropped a couple exclusive designs recognizing 1950 and 1970 South Korea. Our launch party, held August 26, was a huge success with tons of friends, family, social media influencers, and celebs showing support. Thank you to all who came out and showed love. We completely sold out of all of our collab designs. Here's a recap video of just some of the familiar faces.
Representing a part of 1950 Korea is our KDH tee, also known as Kim Duhan tee.
Tapping into 1970 Korea, we decided to do a modern remake of gyoryeonbok (교련복), a military training uniform worn by high school students during the 70s, 80s, and early 90s. Printed with a specially customized Korean camo pattern, the '7080 Camo' 2-piece set is our first cut-and-sew product.
The 7080 Camo was printed in the original black and white, as well as a new black and grey combination.
We officially released our KORE X WCSP designs at our launch party, but they have yet to be available online. To find out about our new releases and sneak peeks, make sure to follow @korelimited @korelimitedla on Instagram and subscribe to our newsletter.
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