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Seunggi in Stylish Casual Fashion For ‘Hill Of Freedom’ VIP Movie Screening [Fancams + Photos]

(video: AirenVideo)

August 29, 2014. ‘Hill Of Freedom’ VIP Movie Screening. Love this fancam set to Seunggi’s song ‘Last Words’ from Gu Family Book OST. At 1:33~~~~ some serious fan service. As expected, of course.

Looking casual in Maison Martin Margiela Aids Awareness t-shirt and cardigan, plus jeans and sneakers… and what looks like we can expect to be #TodaysLove Junsu Teacher’s hair~~~~~^^

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[ENG] Lee Seunggi Attends ‘Hill of Freedom’ VIP Movie Screening ‘Because Of Yoon Yeo Jung’

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Vogue Feb 2014 – Behind the Scene Stories at Lee Seung Gi & Noonas Over Flowers Photoshoot

Vogue Korea [Feb 2014]
Behind the Scene Stories

Fashion Scene with Snow Cat: Flower Garden
By Lee Mee Hye and Kim Min Jin
English: LSGfan via Vogue Korea

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Vogue Feb 2014 – Lee Seung Gi & Noonas Over Flowers Styling 2

Lee Seunggi – white shirt is Dolce & Gabbana, flower print pants are Kimseoryong Homme, scarf is Lanvin, bangle is HermésLee Miyeon – see through blouse is Chloé, H line skirt is Miss Gee Collection, PVC bangles are Vintage Hollywood, shoes are Miu Miu.  Kim Heeae – pleated dress is Proenza Schouler.

The rest of the photos are up at Vogue Korea – More than Flower 2. I’m posting the English translation style details, like the first set of Vogue photos and styling.  Can’t wait for fans to post HQ magazine scans in a few weeks because these washed-out tone photos posted at Vogue are such the no-no.

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Vogue Feb 2014 – Preview of Lee Seung Gi & Noonas Over Flowers Styling and Tidbits

Kim Heeae – leaf motif dress is Prada, studded strap heels are Valentino, diamond setting ring is Cartier.  Lee Seunggi – ribbon adorned shirt is Raf Simons at Mue, paisley pants are Gucci, lace-up shoes are Cesare Paciotti.

Got the Vogue Korea Feb 2014 issue ($28, compared to $6 in Korea!) and the photos really pop in the glossy, large pages of the high-fashion magazine.  Since we’re still officially in January, Vogue Korea – More than Flower I only has half the photoshoot posted.  The fashion labels for Vogue never disappoint~  Here’s the styling and brands specs for the first set of photos… and a few preview tidbits from the feature.

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