WWD Digital Daily - - The Reviews - Fiona Ma

Yushan Li and Jun Zhou’s fall col­lec­tion was a cel­e­bra­tion of the in­di­vid­ual and a clever rein­ven­tion of clas­sic shapes.

The duo added neon pip­ing to the seams of sharply tai­lored pieces, and took in­spi­ra­tion from clas­sic Bri­tish and Chi­nese de­signs.

“In the age of so­cial me­dia ev­ery­one has be­come car­bon copies of each other,” Li said back­stage.

Duf­fle coats came in re­laxed sil­hou­ettes with gi­ant tog­gle fas­ten­ings, while cheongsams were loos­ened to cre­ate a boxy, fluid shape. They played with pro­por­tion once again, pair­ing oversize out­er­wear with slim-fit, cropped trousers.

Work­wear sta­ples, such as the sin­gle­breasted suit and trench were given an up­grade, with ex­ag­ger­ated col­lars or sil­ver baubles at the neck­line of a teal tweed jacket. Else­where, a rope print snaked through skin-tight shirts while an ab­stract patch­work face de­sign stared from back­less apron-style tops. —


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