By the end of last year, the fashion industry was already beginning to rebrand itself, with its own logo and identity.

The “fad” was in the air and, after two years of intense marketing, the fad was going to take off.

“I’ve had so much success in the last few years, and I’ve had to work really hard to maintain my momentum,” said Choi Jeong-yeol, an emerging fashion designer and founder of the Seoul-based KPop-inspired brand “Seoul Fashion.”

“But I’m also trying to put the right direction into my business.

I don’t want to become a fashion brand, but I want to make a brand that fits into the culture.”

Choi is a founding member of the brand, which launched in April of this year.

She’s not the only one working on this strategy.

“I want to build a fashion company that is truly a part of the Korean fashion world,” Choi said.

“But the way that I see it, it’s really important for Korean designers to create something that is not only fashionable, but also unique.”

It is important to note that the Korean street fashion industry has been largely dormant for the last two years.

Korea is one of the most diverse and culturally diverse countries in the world, and a growing number of brands are trying to be more culturally conscious.

A 2014 study from the Pew Research Center found that 80 percent of Korean millennials had a positive opinion of Asian culture, while 50 percent said they were culturally sensitive.

Korean fashion has seen a surge of interest in the past two years, with Korean brands, such as Mango, launching in cities like Los Angeles, New York, and Berlin.

“When we started, Korean street style was very different from fashion in the US,” Choi explained.

“It was very, very specific.

There were a lot of different things, like how you wore your pants, and where you stood.

But we realized that Korean street clothes were so important to Korean culture, and that there was so much more to the Korean style than that.”

Choi started KPop after she attended a fashion conference in Seoul in 2016.

After spending a few weeks there, she said she felt she had a “general idea” about what she wanted to do.

She spent the next few months developing her brand and expanding its marketing.

The first phase was to launch the brand’s first runway show in April 2016.

The next phase was when Choi began collaborating with a local designer, Choi Jeon-young, to build her own collection of streetwear pieces.

“We decided that we would launch the first line of clothing together,” Choi recalled.

“He wanted to work with us, so we collaborated on a collaboration.”

The pair collaborated on an entire line of street wear that was created to match Choi’s fashion aesthetic.

The brand also launched a “streetwear collection” for each of the different ethnicities and regions of Korea.

“There was a huge difference in the styles of the people and the way they wore their clothes,” Choi continued.

“The street fashion of Korea is very different to the fashion of the US, and this collaboration helped us to make sure that we were bringing our own brand to the table.”

The first collaboration with the designer, who Choi has known since she was a teenager, came at the beginning of this month.

“When I was going shopping, I noticed that the fashion people in Korea are really obsessed with fashion,” Choi noted.

“That’s what really drove me to start working with a designer from the US.

The way he was dressed and how he handled himself really made me want to be like that.”

Cho i’s line of pieces is available for purchase through KPop’s online store, which currently features nearly 10,000 items in its catalog.

The collection includes a line of colorful, colorful-colored dresses, a line that features colorful-coloured socks, and the collection features colorful necklaces.

The line is available on the KPop Shop in Korea, the same store where you can purchase clothing from brands like Dolce & Gabbana, J.

Crew, Gucci, and Adidas.

The store has also launched the Kpop Shop in the U.S. as well, and there are also two Korean styles in the store, a black and a green one.

The Kpop brand is also looking to expand beyond the traditional fashion industry.

“Korean street style is very, strong and has always been part of my identity,” Choi added.

“So I wanted to make something that would be unique and stand out in this space.”

Choikun, who also launched his own line of items in 2016, believes the trend is growing in Korea.

He noted that the style is popular among young people, and he believes the street style will continue to evolve as the culture and style evolves.

“You’re seeing more and more streetwear that is about fashion, and people are looking for a more hip, contemporary look,” Cho