Remember how I was going on about all of the “new” menswear designers from Korea? Cy Choi was one of the names I mentioned and for good reason.
The collection for Fall/Winter 2013 is another in a series of amazing collections. There’s a nice mix of fitted pieces and looks with looser baggy pieces. Usually a designer picks one or the other, but I seldom see a mixture. It’s done very well. I can’t believe that I’m saying this, but the baggy bags tucked into boots are awesome.
Additionally, the coats are gorgeous: the cuts, the layering, the work that went into getting all of the elements just right. Check out these three: 1, 2, 3, as well as the rest of the collection after the click.
The Spring/Summer 2013 collection and look book images from Korean designer Cy Choi puts me in a position I wish I faced more often: so many good images of such looks that I can’t easily decide which to put in the main image. As always, the designer delivers and does so brilliantly. (more…)
I always love Cy Choi‘s collections. There’s something so perfect about the cuts, the lines, and the fabrics. The aesthetic is minimal and clean, but a minimal that still gives a nod to classic menswear and is full of layers, textures, colors, and the occasional pattern. Not to mention, blue being my favorite color, a collection in all navy and royal is sure to rank in my book. (more…)