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Feminine beauty and elegance expressed through the symbol of Belle Epoque by Perrier-Jouët, the anemone.
Lee Bo-Hyun is currently both CEO and designer for Suecomma Bonnie. Her work is widely available internationally in cities from Beijing to Paris, Tokyo and Los Angeles. Initially a menswear designer, she subsequently specialised in women’s shoes. She launched Suecomma Bonnie in 2003 and opened an outlet in Beijing’s Parkson department store in 2008. The same year she participated in Premiere Classe in Paris. She has run the Spanish shoe brand Ras since 1995.
Combining radiant light effects with the organic shape of the anemone flower, the artist achieves a dream-like, illusory mood evoking the memory of a beautiful, moonlit evening in the Belle Epoque era.
Selected in 2004 by Wallpaper Magazine as one of the 14 most influential young designers, Kim Chi-Ho graduated from the University Of Wales’ Department Of Industrial Design. He has subsequently won numerous international awards for his space-design creations, including the International Design Award in 1998, the German Design Report Award in 2001 and the Korean Design Award – Space Design in 2003 and 2006. He was art director of the Seoul Design Festival & Seoul Living Design Fair from 2002 to 2007. He has been working for the Design & Directing unit at Hyundai Hillstate since 2007 and for the design and directing unit of GS Xi Apartment in West Valley, Seoul, since 2008. Now CEO of Chiho & Partners, he has contributed to a variety of high-profile projects like the Hyundai department-store renovation in 2005.
Feminine beauty in all its vibrancy, interpreted through the perspective of the Belle Epoque era.
With a BA and an MFA from Hong-ik University, Lee Eun-Ju is not only a painter but also an art-bridge representative as well as a lecturer at the Seoul National University. Shee took part in “Projekt Kent Kommuniziert Weltweit” in Germany during 2005 and has contributed to many exhibitions since then, such as the 2005 Young Artists’ Festival at the Seoul Museum of Art, “Colour Expo” at COEX in Seoul in 2006, the “Buffet” project at Huirodoin, Seoul, “World Heritage 27” at Gallery 27 in Kyoungi-Do, “Ambiguous Space” at New Gate East in Seoul and “Seven Community” during the Korean Experimental Art Festival in 2007.
Belle Epoque interpreted in traditional Korean imagery as synonymous with joy, anger, sorrow and pleasure – emotions that are ever-present at a wedding ceremony. The images are drawn on a folding screen, often used at traditional Korean weddings.
Currently a book designer, head designer of Design Vita and chief designer of Literature & Intelligence, Jung Eun-Kyung studied philosophy at EWHA Women’s University. She was art director of the Art Link Gallery and for the International Dance Festival at SIDance. She has also designed the artwork for numerous Korean and foreign writers’ books. Her recent work includes a series of “Korea Literary” and art direction for Paradigma and Choi inhoon.
SUH HAI KYUNG
Three compositions for piano capturing the elegance and passion of a woman's beauty, inspired by Cuvée Belle Époque.
Suh Hai Kyung studied at the Juilliard School of Music, securing a DMA. After winning first prize at the National Young Artists Competition in the United States in 1977, she has gone on to become one of Korea’s foremost pianists. Winner of the Busoni International Piano Competition in 1980, she received the Cultural Medal from the Korean Government and second prize at the ARD International Piano Competition in Munich in 1983. In 1985 she won the Juilliard William Petschek Piano Debut Award. She was elected a Steinway Piano Artist in 1989 and was a prize-winner in the Palm Beach Invitational International Competition in 2000. She is now a professor at Kyung Hee University.
East meets West in a scroll marrying the aesthetics of Korean culture with the beauty of the anemone, hallmark of Cuvée Belle Epoque.
After graduating from the Drexel University’s Department of Fashion Design, Kan Ho-Sup won top prize at the American Style Design Awards in 1996, as well as the Seoul World Cup Award in 2002 and the Thailand Culture Exchange Award in 2005. He was director at the Korean Fashion Illustration Association and at the Korean Fashion Business Society, also working on the launch of the Odyssey brand and as creative director for Amore Pacific. As a well-known fashion-textile designer, Khan Ho-Sup also writes a fashion column and teaches at Hong-Ik University’s Department of Textiles.
A unique media artwork that uses Cuvée Belle Epoque’s anemone to express joy and happiness.
A graduate of Seoul Women’s University’s Department of Fine Art, Seo Hyo-Jung also has a master’s degree from the Samsung Art and Design Institute’s Department of Communications. Her work has featured at many international exhibitions in Asia and the United States since 2006, including “SIGGRAPH 2006” at the Boston Convention Centre, the Ogaki Biennale at Jyuroku Ginkou in Ogaki, Japan in 2006, the Kwangju Design Biennale at the Kim Dae Jung Convention Centre in Kwangju, Korea, the 2007 Kobe Biennale at the Kobe Fashion Museum in Japan, “Universal Electronic Art” at the Seongnam Art Centre in Korea, the International Media Art Biennale at the Seoul Museum of Art in 2008 and “63 Sky Art” at 63 Sky Art Gallery in Seoul in 2009.
PARK JI SOOK
The artist explores Belle Epoque’s relationship with nature and the organic in a creation seeking to embody the elementary properties of a living creature.
After taking an MFA and a BA at Hong-ik University, Park Ji-Sook contributed to the 2009 “Joy of Sharing” exhibition in TOPO HAUS and to 27 solo exhibitions, including “Organic G08” in 2008. In 2007, she exhibited at “Art Fair” at Asia Top Gallery in Tokyo and at the Beijing International Art Exhibition. Her creations were shown in the Korean Contemporary Art Exhibition at the Moroccan National Museum in 2005 and in Seoul, Korea. Since 1985 she has contributed to over 300 different group exhibitions. In 2001, she won the special prize at ARTEX in Paris and 2002 saw her win another award, this time from the Japanese Contemporary Art Association.
The past, present and future of Belle Epoque by Perrier-Jouët are examined using the theme of Golden Roots.
After attending the Constance Spry Flower School in Britain, Kim Jong-Wook won the golden award at the 2004 Yon-Sei floral design exhibition and the renowned Korean Design Award in 2006. He worked as a fashion researcher, designer and instructor at Samsung in 2001, and designed the floral decorations at new-model launches for Mercedes-Benz and BMW in 2004 and 2006 respectively. Kim Jong-Wook was associate director of the Department of Flower Design at the Yon-Sei Institute of Higher Education in 2007. In 2008, he participated in the Jim Thompson exhibition. He is currently CEO of Almamarous and runs a floral-design school.
The mirror reflects the features common to champagne and makeup that lasts for a day, reinterpreting the feminine quality and beauty of Cuvée Belle Epoque.
Currently CEO of Leekyungmin and cosmetic brand Vidi Vici, Lee Kyung-Min was voted Best Make-up Artist of the Year by the Association of Fashion Photographers in 1998, and received the Lancôme Rouge Magnetic Award and the Yves Saint Laurent Award in 1999. Designated best make-up artist by Sports Seoul, the nation's biggest daily sports newspaper, in 2002 and by Donga TV in 2003, Lee Kyung-Min was appointed as an honorary professor at the Formative Art Graduate School, Sung-Shin Women's University. She successfully launched the prestige make-up artists’ brand VIDI*VICI By Leekyungmin in 2005.
Femininity, as applicable to jewellery as to Belle Epoque by Perrier-Jouët, provides the creative inspiration for this elegant set featuring the anemone in Art Nouveau style.
Kim Sung Hee studied jewellery design at the European Design Institute in Italy and is CEO of Stella B. She was a nominee at the Gold Virtuosi and Diamonds International Awards in 2000, won the avant-garde category prize from Diamond Today and more than 8 international jewellery-competition awards in 2003. Two years later, she was selected as a finalist at Hong Kong Diamonds for Modern Women, and in 2008, she won the 5th Tahitian Pearl Trophy in the Regional Middle East, Brooch Category. She has worked as a designer at Casa Damiani and for Zydo, Imma, Femini and Ajaffe, NY, as well as writing “Jewellery Time Travel”. She designed for Core Jewellery, Jungwoosa, and Lee Gold in 2003 and 2004, and contributed to the Tent London design exhibition in 2008.
The elegance of the traditional Korean dress -the Hanbok- fused with the delicacy of the Perrier-Jouët brand’s anemone, hallmark of Cuvée Belle Epoque.
Since graduating from Sung Shin University’s Department of Fashion Design and opening her first shop selling traditional Korean dress in 1976, Lee Young-Hee has won international recognition for her work with shows in Seoul, Busan, Paris, Washington DC and New York. Her Hanbok-themed creations inspired by traditional Korean costume led to her selection as one of 60 global artists in the 2008 Google Artistry Campaign and earned her a prize at the 8th Proud of Korea Award in the traditional-costume category. She is currently the CEO of Maison de Lee Young Hee, President of the Mirae Munhwa Foundation and a professor at Dong Duk Women's University.
“Beautiful days” from the Belle Epoque era - the artist draws a parallel between Parisian beauties from 1909 and the women of Seoul in 2009, capturing moments that transcend both time and beauty.
An award-winner at the 3rd A-Award Creative in 2008, Kim Yong-Ho has participated in photographic exhibitions throughout Asia, such as “Cinderella” at the Seoul Art Centre in 2009, “MOM” at the Tasanz Space Noon Gallery in Beijing, China in 2008 and at Daerim Art Centre the year before, “Myths of Mirror” at the Art Sunjae Centre in Seoul in 2007 and “Hope” at the Press Centre Gallery in Seoul in 2006. Other exhibitions include “Outside of Art” at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea in 2004 and “Korean Artists’ Portrait in Culture and Art” at the Star Tower Gallery in Seoul in 2003. Today he is CEO of both doff ‘n company and AOC.
The Belle Epoque mirror, expressing the brand’s elegant appeal, superimposed with illuminated anemones.
Graduated from Seoul University’s metal-craft faculty with a BA and with an MFA from the Royal College of Art in London. Park Zin-Woo has exhibited his work internationally. He art-directed the Christmas Factory at the Heung Kook Life building in Seoul in 2007 and participated in the Samsung Mobile Exhibition in Dubai, the Hanni Y Obzee exhibition in New York and Designers’ Block in London. He was also art director of Christmas Tree at the Galleria Department store in Seoul in 2008 and took part in the exhibitions “Made in Korea” in Hannover, Germany and “Destination Seoul “at the MOMA in New York in 2009. He is currently the CEO of ZNP Creative.