‘’Instead of groundlessly criticising and rejecting, it is better to cast down stereotypes, to break down the shackles of normality. Treat the unusual as usual. Treat the abnormal as uniqueness. Treat people as individuals rather than symbols’’, said Sean Suen in his note show.
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From these thoughts, the Beijing-based designer thought about what normal means these days. Faithful to his brand’s DNA, Sean Suen played once again with clean and geometric shapes, while emphasizing on strong textures and fabrics, here heavy and thickly materials, such as leather and textured wool, which lend themselves well to his knack for proportion play.
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