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Self Portrait: Women's Autumn/Winter 2020/21 show in New York (with interview)

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Designer-founder: han chonginspiration: “jolie madame” could be perfectly suited to define this collection, where a certain new elegance comes to shake up the codes of the house, between sensuality and femininity.collection: the designer likes mix'n'match and above all adding a twist to the basics offered, so the trench coat consists of a lace cape, vinyl leather pants are worn with a bra-top with draped or asymmetrical sleeves, dresses have rhinestone straps and a knitted jumper dress reveals a touch of lace. an assertive silhouette, with this touch of "trendy" sophistication that is always noticed and which attracts customers from all over the world.to note: the use of only vegan leather, with focus on the culotte skirt and shirt dress. interview with han chong:i feel like this particular time in the world i want things which are a bit more classic with a new imagination, like the classic trench coat with a new material or a new detail for example the shearling collar that you can remove if the weather is not appropriate for that time of year so it’s important to have your pieces more versatile now, very classic pieces with a new twist. it’s keeping the balance of design and what is right at particular times and then if the fabric has a lot going on, the shape can be simple, so the total look i think it’s very important to keep the balance right. it’s not so romantic but at the same time it’s got a hint of it to make it modern, it’s very small details but very well thought through.it’s important to experience what happens in the world then thinking what you like to feel at that particular time because women swing more to a different stage of their lives and what’s happening in the world will affect them more so the clothes need to translate into those as well. music from the show (to use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information)