Jungmin Han

Contact:
hanjmzzang94@gmail.com
University/School:
Nottingham Trent University
Location:
Nottingham
Specialism:
Award NomineeFashion DesignFashion TechnologyHeritage & CultureIllustrationMenswear
About Me

Hi! I’m Jungmin , a Fashion Design Graduate from NTU

Jungmin is a fashion designer who loves to create designs for modern and contemporary menswear collections. His final menswear collection, designed based on a deconstructed way, presents a new perspective on fashion field.

As an international student from South Korea, studying fashion design in the UK, which started with only passion, was a great challenge for me. While conducting numerous projects in starting with one concept and producing the final collection and garments. I learned a deep understanding of clothing making and felt a great interest and sense of accomplishment, especially in manufacturing process such as pattern making and sewing. Now, the journey to get closer to the dream of becoming a menswear designer has begun.

INSPIRATION

WHAT IS PERFECT? Inspiration from imperfection and Exploration 'Wabi-Sabi' to create the collection.

I have always been curious about the exact criteria of perfection in design. Can perfection be defined? To find the answer to this question was not an approach to perfect, but an approach to imperfect beauty. 'Wabi-Sabi', which is Japanese aesthetics of view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection, was a great interest to me.

In order to approach the aesthetics of imperfection, I began to explore the value of the essence of things or nature, and the mood of external changes that rusted, decayed and aged over time gave me a great inspiration for design and colour ideas for this project. Key design points of deconstructed and asymmetric were applied to the design for my modern and imperfect final collection.

MY WORK

PORTFOLIOS

DETAIL

Graduate final menswear collection designed in the way of asymmetric and deconstructed

I took an asymmetric and layered approach to apply deconstructed designs based on 'Wabi-Sabi' to my menswear collection. In particular, I have created silhouette of garments and design development based on the unexpected shape of the broken bowls, and showed the detailed functionality of menswear by showing the combination of printing fabrics and colours through layered way.

"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works" -Steve Jobs
Award NomineeFashion DesignFashion TechnologyHeritage & CultureIllustrationMenswear
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