Over the past couple of years, it's become all the rage to throw fashion events in China. Karl Lagerfeld has definitely been out in front on that one from Fendi's show on the great wall to last week's pre-fall extravaganza in Shanghai. Now Calvin Klein is set to throw a big to-do in another Asian country, South Korea, showcasing S/S 10. In Seoul to be exact. We're sure there's been a very nice market for high fashion there for some time, but this the first we've heard of a designer staging a major event in the city. The event will be held on Thursday and feature Francisco Costa's womenswear collection in an installation designed by Korean-American artist Jean Shin. Italo Zucchelli's menswear will be in a display by British artist Neville Wakefield. Both designers will be there for the big night. We love seeing serious globalization in fashion. It really only serves the greater good. If only we were making the trip too.