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The Parkchoonmoo Fall/Winter collection exuded New York chic, playing with a multitude of leathers, in sleek and sophisticated designs.
The designer of the collection, Choonmoo Park, known for her edgy yet neutral toned simplicity in her previous lines, exhibited what she does best, and presented a cohesive yet edgy collection.
Leathers, whites, and a variation of a houndstooth encapsulated the majority of the pieces. Through color-blocking and exaggerated collars, cold-weather climates could be seen as a source of inspiration.
Oversized coats, fitted pants, and long skirts dominated the collection, as Park used zipper detailing and unique collared outerwear to make standout pieces. Strong and complex pieces were seen in colors from simple grayscale tones, to a blue and white blended “tie-dye” textile.
Models complemented the looks with slicked-back hair, a dark lip and neutral eyes, allowing the bold silhouettes to truly stand out.
Though representing classic styles seen for fall in seasons past, Parkchoonmoo successfully encompassed a modern, edgy and wearable collection.
Ilona Tuominen is a staff writer. Email her at [email protected]