Hi quest ,  welcome  |  sign in  |  registered now  |  need help ?
Hi, guest ! welcome to BREAK NEWS ONLINE. | About Us | Contact | Register | Sign In

[News] Lee Min Jung explains her faux paus plastic dress at a recent fashion show.

Written By 092505589 on Saturday, July 9, 2011 | 11:20 AM

[postlink]http://breaknewsonline.blogspot.com/2011/07/news-lee-min-jung-explains-her-faux.html[/postlink]
[News] Lee Min Jung explains her faux paus plastic dress at a recent fashion show.
Cr. - allkpop

On July 6th, actress Lee Min Jung attended the “2011 Kolon Sport F/W Fashion Show” in a plastic dress that had netizens abuzz with varying comments.

Some jokingly commented that her stylist must’ve secretly been an anti due to the unconventional nature of the dress, leading the actress to clarify her outfit choice on her mini-homepage.

Lee Min Jung wrote, “I’ve been writing a lot about various articles I’ve been reading lately. The clothes I wore to the fashion show was made by French designers. I, too, thought it was a bit experimental and convoluted at first, but recognized the designer’s intention of folding plastic into several layers to try something new (the one-piece is as long as about three people).”

She continued, “I read comments asking if my stylist was an anti and decided to write this post in case they were hurt by those comments. Clothes you wear to the fashion show isn’t something you wear in your every day life. Don’t worry too much because I wear regular clothing normally.”




[News] Lee Min Jung explains her faux paus plastic dress at a recent fashion show.
Cr. - allkpop

On July 6th, actress Lee Min Jung attended the “2011 Kolon Sport F/W Fashion Show” in a plastic dress that had netizens abuzz with varying comments.

Some jokingly commented that her stylist must’ve secretly been an anti due to the unconventional nature of the dress, leading the actress to clarify her outfit choice on her mini-homepage.

Lee Min Jung wrote, “I’ve been writing a lot about various articles I’ve been reading lately. The clothes I wore to the fashion show was made by French designers. I, too, thought it was a bit experimental and convoluted at first, but recognized the designer’s intention of folding plastic into several layers to try something new (the one-piece is as long as about three people).”

She continued, “I read comments asking if my stylist was an anti and decided to write this post in case they were hurt by those comments. Clothes you wear to the fashion show isn’t something you wear in your every day life. Don’t worry too much because I wear regular clothing normally.”



No comments:

Post a Comment