Chinese designer Yang Li presented his second season in his intimate Paris showroom. The collection was dedicated to an urban uniform mood; military motifs included patch pockets, cargo pants and a bomber jacket. Double-faced fabrics were used for a trenchcoat, while a felt dress had an unfinished toile look held together with strategically placed stitches. Li described the lineup as “clean grunge,” a focused vision from a young and promising designer.

Chinese designer Yang Li presented his second season in his intimate Paris showroom. The collection was dedicated to an urban uniform mood; military motifs included patch pockets, cargo pants and a bomber jacket. Double-faced fabrics were used for a trenchcoat, while a felt dress had an unfinished toile look held together with strategically placed stitches. Li described the lineup as “clean grunge,” a focused vision from a young and promising designer.

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