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[Photos] Kim Hee-sun's immortal beauty

2014/01/21 | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Hee-sun shot a collection released on the 22nd.

This collection celebrates the launching of "The Royal Garden" which is a capsule collection of the brand Obzee. "The Royal Garden" is a collection of clothes with fancy prints and colors, pearl and gold decorations with a royalty feel.

Kim Hee-sun managed to bring out the concept of the collection well with her elegant and sensual feeling and modernized visual. Her elegant poses created a more dramatic image of the collection.

Kim Hee-sun is wearing a colorful beaded tweed jacket and a slim-lined floral print one-piece dress. In a cut where she's wearing a beaded top and pencil skirt, she looks like the perfect muse for the capsule collection.

Meanwhile, Kim Hee-sun is coming back with the KBS 2TV "Very Good Times". This collection can be seen in Marie Claire in February.

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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