Woo Youngmi’s first men’s wear collection with her daughter Katie Chung on board felt youthful and carefree. Consider knit tank tops and roomy straight-leg trousers with a lightweight parka tied around the hips. More dressy numbers included crisp shirts that were artfully printed and then covered with bonded mesh, while languid, knee-length coats exuded street chic. Backstage, Chung explained how their collaboration works: “The biggest difference between [my mom] and me is: she is hard, I am soft, and I wanted to bring this into the collection.”

Woo Youngmi’s first men’s wear collection with her daughter Katie Chung on board felt youthful and carefree. Consider knit tank tops and roomy straight-leg trousers with a lightweight parka tied around the hips. More dressy numbers included crisp shirts that were artfully printed and then covered with bonded mesh, while languid, knee-length coats exuded street chic. Backstage, Chung explained how their collaboration works: “The biggest difference between [my mom] and me is: she is hard, I am soft, and I wanted to bring this into the collection.”

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