FASHIONALLY COLLECTION #9
Things took an edgier turn for ‘FASHIONALLY COLLECTION #9’ when menswear label DEMO.
opened up with a charming, extremely-well tailored prep-school collection with houndstooth bomber jackets and plaid blazers topped with coloured fur scarves. Winnie Witt
then came out with a collection that was completely the opposite to traditional tailoring. Models wore tops and bottoms with geometric protrusions - one particular protrusion coming out from the bum, dispelling any notion of functionality. YEUNG CHIN
and SHERMAN KWAN
came out with womenswear collections that were equally as conceptual with models walking to sounds of machines crashing in asymmetrical outfits that adhered to no sense of conformity. KENSON and KA WA KEY
took to menswear with a more whimsical and dreamy approach. The former with a youthful, playful exuberance while the latter played with soft, pastel tones and romantic lace sweaters and overalls. The show completed with MODEMENT
’s menswear and womenswear collection that played to designer Aries Sin’s strength in poetic eveningwear that conjures up images of Oliver Twist.