Speaking about the LIE SANGBONG Fall/Winter 2015 “Oriental Ink,” collection, Mr. Lie said: “I wanted to focus on subtlety and to explore the mixing and matching of classic autumnal fabrics in new and fresh ways.” The result is a stunningly Asian inspired study in modern day elegance, where the clean lines of the oriental ink drawings of flowers used for the prints, juxtapose in perfect harmony with the vibrant colours used for the petals.The collection focuses on suiting and outwear, and while each piece shows of the label’s sophistication, there is also a deceptive minimalism about the linear silhouettes.
The pieces were all tailored to perfection with textured details such as pleated seam and layering of fabrics.
The colour palette consisted of camel, navy, burgundy and grey is punctuated with graphic red, black and white, with graphic prints of peonies, flowers and cherry blossoms.
What I can't possibly live without next winter - the detachable knit or fur collars which are fully reversible and fab biker jacket with Mongolian fur!
Photographer Shana Schnur & David Berman