HANACHA STUDIO SS21 London Fashion Week

 Hanacha Studio’s latest collection is an academic and theoretical approach that has been expanded from Hanacha’s academic theory called the ‘Simplification process in Bauhaus’ originating from her doctorate dissertation. As a realization in methodology, with simplification processes, this collection is especially inspired by ‘Assemblage’ which is a three-dimensional collage from Picasso’s sculptures. The process of simplification by Assemblage expresses basic elements into objects which have been extracted by simplifying from outfits and then become her own installations.

Headquartered in Korea, the label is an international womenswear created by founder Hanacha who won ‘Collection of the Year 2012’ at the V&A Museum and started dedicating her pieces to fashion design which manifests the understanding of art reflecting her own respective and artistic language mixed with odd combinations.