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Chris Han Fashion Show
Exit Art - 465 10th Street
September 5, 2007

Written by Tara Mikhail
Photographed by Ian Bone



Chris Han’s spring 2008 line further instills what we have come to expect from Han’s designs, they are feminine and sexy without ever sacrificing class. In Han’s line, chiffon creates a billowy silhouette with romantic elegance; all the garments flowed beautifully with dominant key colors being black, white, and grey. The pieces weren’t particularly form-fitting; instead, the focus was on exposed necks and collarbones. In case that wasn’t enough compensation for the bubble shapes: legs were bare throughout the line. With all the dazzlement of silk, chiffon, and satin, there was an element that you couldn’t ignore- the whole collection played like Weezer’s Green album: it was enjoyable but lacked variety. Through the scarceness of distinction, the entire show became ‘love it or hate it’. One thing was clear, she had a vision, and it was done to utter perfection. The pieces emitted everything that is fun about being a lassie and are sure to end up on the bodies of many chic girly-girls.




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