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Vogue Korea - 08.05.16


(Left): Nora Noh designed a silk jacquard dress with satin collars for Korean actress and singer, Yun Bok Hee (윤복희) in the 60's. (RIGHT): Nora Noh designed long taffetta gown for singer Yu Jung Hee (유정희).

(Left): Nora Noh designed a silk jacquard dress with satin collars for Korean actress and singer, Yun Bok Hee (윤복희) in the 60's. (RIGHT): Nora Noh designed long taffetta gown for singer Yu Jung Hee (유정희).

 

On the streets of Champs-Elysées in Paris, on Fifth Avenue in New York, and Ginza, Tokyo, Nora Noh’s dresses show the different trends and designs during the ’60: a sophisticated light-gray dress, a bright pink dress with youthful design, and an elegant, teal gown.

On the streets of Champs-Elysées in Paris, on Fifth Avenue in New York, and Ginza, Tokyo, Nora Noh’s dresses show the different trends and designs during the ’60: a sophisticated light-gray dress, a bright pink dress with youthful design, and an elegant, teal gown. 

 

During the golden age of silk exports, Nora Noh was the first Korean ready-to-wear  exporter and exclusively used silks made in Korea. In 1979, her silk dresses populated the storefront of Macy’s Department Store.  The two-button strip dress was the most popular signature dress by Nora Noh at the time.

During the golden age of silk exports, Nora Noh was the first Korean ready-to-wear  exporter and exclusively used silks made in Korea. In 1979, her silk dresses populated the storefront of Macy’s Department Store.  The two-button strip dress was the most popular signature dress by Nora Noh at the time.  
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