Sean Suen Spring / Summer 2013
The first collection of Sean Suen for Spring/Summer 2013 brings forth a dialog between the lost extra-urbanized soul of today’s man and his everyday urge of finding his roots and maybe a much needed but hidden sense of his belonging. The collection is dominated by minimalistic cuts and interesting, very wearable prints. Deconstructionism is a major theme in the designers first release. The gold big zippers, repeated throughout the collection, act as a trigger for this need of introspection and rediscovery of the unknown soul. A soul that we discover later to be a mosaic of cracked broken glass that needs to be mended or maybe a glimpse into the microcosm of nature expanded. On first look this collection looks very complex. On the second look it’s even more complex than it seems to be. Innovative with a far look in the future, one of the best collections for Spring Summer this season, this outguns everything.
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