There was an arty, undone feel to Korean-born, London-based designer Rejina Pyo’s spring collection. What stood out were the bold, unexpected color combinations: most notably a T-shirt dress knit in an abstract intarsia pattern, in green, pink, orange, sky blue and red; and a silk slipdress with an asymmetric hem done in panels of russet, black and cream.

 

Though the silhouettes were sometimes experimental, they were still approachable. One blue shirtdress had snaps that created irregular folds in the garment, which Pyo said in her show notes could be undone, allowing the wearer to “alter her silhouette.”

 

Pyo’s inventive take on evening looks was also appealing, as in one navy silk dress inset with panels of white chiffon and embellished with patches of frayed white silk.

By  on September 23, 2015

There was an arty, undone feel to Korean-born, London-based designer Rejina Pyo’s spring collection. What stood out were the bold, unexpected color combinations: most notably a T-shirt dress knit in an abstract intarsia pattern, in green, pink, orange, sky blue and red; and a silk slipdress with an asymmetric hem done in panels of russet, black and cream.

 

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