Parkchoonmoo debuted uberly cool city chic patterning, layering, and slick zippers that speaks volumes to when we want to zip up in the winter.
It quickly started off with houndstooth patterning of black and white strategically put in the front of the jackets and coats. The contrast of off white, beige, and black works together.Images by John Aquino
The asymmetrical cut and zippering is quite neat. The neckline is covered as it will be cold outside, so I think we all appreciate that. I mean some designers tend to do a fall/winter collection and while it may be artistically beautiful, dramatic, chic, glam, and all of the above, its not sustainable or wearable.
All of this collection embodies wearability, the idea of layering with different textures like wool, mohair, leathers, and such.
And if you dont like the all black army, then there is a lighter palette that you can digest, with crisp laser cut like edging and cool patterning on that sweatshirt.
Yes, continue to get graphic sweatshirts, they are still here and going to stay. I am a fan of graphic sweaters and have been since 1992, so welcome to my world.
Then we delve into the watercolor necks and tops, that like look tie dye but more like strategically done silk brushstrokes on them. And the collar of the coats are dramatic in a good way. Creates attention to your shoulders just in case, you dont like your thighs or think you wore the wrong pants that day. I love it, I am a fan of the traveling eyes up.
All in all, Choonmoo Park always does a solid job and create pieces that work in our closets and keep coming back for to covet after in its wearability of art and structural easy pieces that we can pair with anything.