#NYFW Day 3: Son Jung Wan Spring 2015: Day Or Night?

This Spring, Son Jung Wan envisioned duality all the while delivering the balance between easy modest silhouettes and beautifully appropriate textures. She not only constructed beautiful white / off-white dresses that had an underhem trim, flounce, and good movement to them but she made other pieces that are reminiscent of themes.

Like this red number reminds me of a gymnast's leotard with the strategically placed sheer golden cuts to the chest and upper thigh. I think this is glamourous and have not seen anything like this in a long time.

 Then this feminine numbers with the textured tafetta bodice on either side of the breasts.

 And my favorites are these separates outfits. The turquoise like blue silk undertone with the light grey hue top plays on the duality she speaks of. Its like the modern woman not only can wear neutrals but her fun side also shows as well.

Then the look on the right in that chiffon, buttery leather looking offwhite set. Loved the modest straight across cut of the neck and the zip detail on the right side of the skirt.
 Images by: The Cut / Andrea Adriani

All in all, a great show as Son Jun Wan keeps challenging us with how she can use textures, reshape the silhouettes for all seasons, and keep femininity fun and sleek to see.

~Kaye Beeh

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