For his Paris debut, Sean Suen played with volumes, letting it loose at the bottom and often contracting on top. This worked well on lounge-y, striped pajama looks matched with silk bathrobe coats, as well as a run of voluminous Bermuda shorts, which in one instance were styled with a fitted utility jacket over a crisp white tunic, both cut in handsomely rounded shapes.

The volumes proved too generous where fabrics were too soft and fluid to keep the silhouettes in place, as was the case with a monochrome grey ensemble composed of elephantine trousers and an elongated, flat top.

The collection was at its best when Suen kept it simple in moderate, controlled cuts and rendered in natural fabrics.