IISE 2016 Summer "002" Lookbook

The South Korean brand uses naturally-dyed fabrics in apparel for the first time.

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South Korean apparel label IISE just dropped its latest lookbook entitled “002,” the brand constructs its clothes using a variety of Korean fabrics, mixing the traditional with the modern. This season, IISE debuts the use of Korean naturally-dyed fabrics for its apparel line, having first used it in its bags last season. Utilizing ingredients such as natural indigo, charcoal and ash, the fabrics offer interesting textures with each piece unique. Head over to IISE’s website for more.

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