For spring, Ji Oh continued to push her chic, androgynous aesthetic — or “glam-boy,” as she put it — with a sharp collection of tailored pants and shorts suits in pale blue, red and white. Other wearable separates included oversize cream trousers with matching cropped top and a sheer black blazer in white polka dots. “It’s about someone who draws attention to herself but is still dressed very, very simple,” Oh said. Mission accomplished with the top-and-pants set in glittering silver silk that would likely turn some heads.

For spring, Ji Oh continued to push her chic, androgynous aesthetic — or “glam-boy,” as she put it — with a sharp collection of tailored pants and shorts suits in pale blue, red and white. Other wearable separates included oversize cream trousers with matching cropped top and a sheer black blazer in white polka dots. “It’s about someone who draws attention to herself but is still dressed very, very simple,” Oh said. Mission accomplished with the top-and-pants set in glittering silver silk that would likely turn some heads.

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