In the kind of show middle America would scratch its collective head at, Siki Im transformed the idea of hospital scrubs and prison garb into a high-concept statement on freedom and redemption via loose, minimalist garments in Japanese poplin, nylon and jersey.

Some models were accessorized with a layer of plastic wrap or a crinkled washcloth atop their heads — more confusion for middle America — but some familiar designs like crisp blazers and simple blouson jackets added structure to the quixotic, yet compelling, proceedings.

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