Contemporary London-based South Korean designer Rok Hwang has presented his newest collection with a pattern-making more customer-friendly.
Faux furs are the most visible pieces, one in fluffy lilac, the other in a tawny beige with a painterly harlequin checkered pattern as well as double- and triple-lapelled jackets and coats. With the layered effect, only on the front, the garments should still be quite light to wear.
What Hwang wanted to approach with this collection were comfort and convertibility. The cotton gabardine trench comes in two pieces: a bolero and a sleeveless coat that can double as a dress. The jeans were stone-washed and acid-washed for a velvety finish and cut like a trouser.
Written by: Daniela Pintor
Photo credits: Vogue