The Yung Wong Spring/Summer 2014 collection defies convention with its range of sculptural and three-dimensional garments. Remixing classic menswear, the talented designer creates updated versions of the crisp, collared shirt and the oversized baseball cap.
The result is a collection of avant-garde yet elegant menswear with a Japanese origami inspiration. The sculptural garments resemble pieces of folded paper art but offer both aesthetics and practicality for the fashion-forward consumer.
The Yung Wong Spring/Summer 2014 collection showcases the Hong Kong-based designer's immense talent. His complex and mathematic pieces create a dynamic visual statement that mimics the buildings of iconic architect Zaha Hadid. Unstable geometries, new shapes and sculptural fabrications are all characteristics of these unique pieces of wearable art.
Dimensional Origami Fashions
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Conceptually Sculptural Fashions
High-Fashion Nun Photography
Avant-Garde Seaside Portraits
Conceptual Urbanwear Editorials
Conceptually Veiled Captures
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