Freedom meets men’s wear just about summed up newcomer Claudia Li’s third collection. “Letting go, no inhibitions; we thought about taking guys’ clothes and changing them, wearing them some other way,” she explained.

The result: endless oversized shirting options with deconstructed sleeves, sashed around the waist or worn off the shoulder and gathered at the cuffs. Denim was also given the oversized and deconstructed treatment — a jacket, for example, featured a knitted, embroidered floral pattern and open sleeves, while a gold version had 3-D acrylic flowers hand-stitched throughout the bodice and sleeve.

The thing about talented young designers such as Li is that they can’t help but show their tricks and skills with eagerness — and yet somehow she managed to keep the looks approachable enough through minimal styling.

By  on September 7, 2016

Freedom meets men’s wear just about summed up newcomer Claudia Li’s third collection. “Letting go, no inhibitions; we thought about taking guys’ clothes and changing them, wearing them some other way,” she explained.

The result: endless oversized shirting options with deconstructed sleeves, sashed around the waist or worn off the shoulder and gathered at the cuffs. Denim was also given the oversized and deconstructed treatment — a jacket, for example, featured a knitted, embroidered floral pattern and open sleeves, while a gold version had 3-D acrylic flowers hand-stitched throughout the bodice and sleeve.

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