Designer Shueh Jen-Fang showed the fall collection of her brand Jenny Fax via a presentation in a cramped room, with models seated on a large upholstered settee. The presentation started off in complete darkness, with an ominous soundtrack and flashes of “lightning” worthy of a horror film. When eventually audience members were able to see the collection, they were shown just five looks, ranging from a long white satin wedding gown to a clear vinyl raincoat worn over a cartoon-print top and a blue satin pajamalike combo of shorts and a camisole.

 

Designer Shueh Jen-Fang showed the fall collection of her brand Jenny Fax via a presentation in a cramped room, with models seated on a large upholstered settee. The presentation started off in complete darkness, with an ominous soundtrack and flashes of "lightning" worthy of a horror film. When eventually audience members were able to see the collection, they were shown just five looks, ranging from a long white satin wedding gown to a clear vinyl raincoat worn over a cartoon-print top and a blue satin pajamalike combo of shorts and a camisole.

 

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