As they say, fashion never sleeps and neither do we. SS16 came to a close in Europe earlier this month, only for Tokyo and Seoul to pick up the baton. Buro tagged along in spirit and here's a visual recount of the fashion shows, meetings and recommended shopping haunts to suss out on your next trip there. 

After touching down and checking into my hotel, I'm off to the first show Cres E Dim and a meeting with beauty brand Moonshot. When in Seoul, anything related to beauty is a must. How can you not?

Spending some time in the make up chair. Thanks for the beauty tips and pointers, Moonshot!

Here I am at the S=YZ show, and there are always designers to be discovered in Seoul. It's only my second season here and there's so much to see and do. I'm running on caffeine and adrenaline right now but it's all worth it. I love the sense of discovery.

The PartsParts SS16 show — yet another designer that's new to me.

It's on to the designers that I'm familiar with and are dear to me. Here's Nohke, with contrasting sharp cuts and delicate tailoring. So very graceful.

Kaal Suktae is known for their avant-garde aesthetic. This season, laser cut Hangul script adorned some of the closing looks.

Supercomma B, a unisex streetwear brand, is literally my alter ego. Yet another season from them chock full of cool essentials you can easily ease into your wardrobe.

This season, I got lucky and had the opportunity to meet a few designers who were really inspiring. They shared their ideas, thought processes, and what goes on behind the scenes with me. It really is a whole team behind designers to make things work.

They shared their ideas, thought processes, and what goes on behind the scenes with me. It really is a whole team behind designers to make things work.

Seoul Fashion Week with Friend of Buro Nicole Wong

Seoul Fashion Week with Friend of Buro Nicole Wong