Kuho is a South Korean-based contemporary label, which has a big business in its homeland, offers chic, everyday garb for women on the go. For fall, the design team noted that the inspiration was “scent collector.” At the presentation, thousands of burgundy rose petals were piled along a studio set where models stood and sat in chic, minimal, fluid silhouettes in a palette of burgundy, neutrals and pops of vivid hues. Styled with slicked-back hair, the models looked ready to take on the office or go out for dinner with friends. Therein lies the strength of what Kuho offers — it isn’t trend-driven fast fashion, but enhanced wardrobe staples at an affordable price. “I think the collection is what women want, especially in a global market,” said Jean Colin, vice president of Samsung Fashion Group, the parent company of Kuho. Sharply tailored coats, like a cerulean version styled with cropped flares and a cream-colored one featuring a ribbed waistband, ticked the box for universal appeal.