Sean Suen’s fall collection, presented by GQ China in London, took its cue from Chinese chess and the notion of “playing with opposites.”
“I feel like I play against myself sometimes because when you work, you have two sides,” the Beijing-based designer mused.
Outerwear was a clear winner in languid silhouettes, paired with roomy trousers in hues of army green, burgundy, camel, cream, black and plaid. Coats came in classic tailored styles or with an asymmetrical flap detail. Fabrics were juxtaposed, as seen in a half-fur, half-leather jacket, paired with slouchy leather trousers.