Not far from the central bustle of Hannam-dong, Fermata is housed in a peaceful atelier accessed through a small garden. The store, whose interior contrasts concrete flooring with vintage furniture, stocks clothes designed by founder Adele Choi: linen pantsuits and cotton dresses in loose cuts and natural tones. Choi focuses on durability and sustainability in her ready-to-wear line, but pairs her collections with accessories, shoes and leather goods from designers around the world including Linge Particulier, Anne Thomas, La Botte Gardiane and Dragon. The store, co-directed by her husband, pattern maker Yoon Kwon-jin, also stocks a small range of Tunisian home accessories and La Soufflerie’s glassware. Fermata Hannam-Dong 732-62 Yongsan-gu Seoul, Korea TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Fashion Issue 46 Charles de Vilmorin Wild. Weird. Wearable: Meet the couture protégé challenging the norms of French fashion. Design Fashion Issue 46 Last Night What did designer Franck Gauthé do with his evening? Design Fashion Issue 45 Lisa Yamai Snow Peak's president wants you to get out more. Fashion Issue 45 Bianca Saunders The future (of menswear) is female. Design Fashion Issue 44 Michelle Elie An audience with an audacious dresser. Fashion Issue 43 Rejina Pyo On making clothes for a street side catwalk.