Concept Korea combines several designers in a showcase highlighting their Fall 2014 collections as a collective. Since this not one monolithic body of work it’s not easy to categorize and make an overarching statement on the collections. Rather, it is better to take them individually. For the sake of brevity I’ll delve head first with Park Youn Soo and his label Big Park which displayed safe images of shirt dresses with wine glass prints and black and white checkered print tops. Choi Bo Ko and his Fabricated Memory collection displayed a rather beautiful converted white pea coat with a double set of oversized lapels in addition to several other coats. Ko Tae Yong showcased his Beyond Closet collection replete with trenches, double-breasted suits and bomber jackets. There was a heavy K-Pop influence with the collections especially when viewing the oversized colorful prints on dresses and tops. Concept Korea showcases a departure from some of the standard fare seen at fashion week in New York. Is there an audience for these collections? It would be foolish to answer in the negative.