Traumatized, like so many others, by a succession of periods of lockdown and restrictions, the Beijing-based designer Sean Suen made his Fall/Winter 2022 collection a kind of emotional outlet.
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Known for sharp suiting, the designer has added a softer touch to his latest collection, examining the changing emotions brought on by traumatizing human experiences and the process of self reconciliation in times of loneliness and helplessness.
Based on a neutral palette of black, white and gray – the colorless series was completed by cream, beige and brown – the collection featured long, voluminous silhouettes, with suits, coats, down jackets and loose sweaters, combining and layering to bring out different lengths and proportions.
He also continued his work around textures, using many cold-resistant fabrics, such as worsted wool, mohair, knitwear, corduroy or leather. Everything seems to build like protective armor.
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