photographed by @markamura
teamed up with styletribute to produce a series of looks in korea. dongdaemun design plaza (ddp), designed by zaha hadid, is one of favourite architecture in seoul. quoting from dezeen, "the design integrates the park and plaza seamlessly as one, blurring the boundary between architecture and nature in a continuous, fluid landscape."
i love concepts that blur boundaries and challenges a notion, perhaps this is why i've subconsciously decided to document my maison martin margiela dress at ddp. basic, fluid and sleek – i don't think this dress needs much of an accessorising. the details of arm hole and back has subtly stole my heart.