Chinese designer Yang Lu played with geometric shapes for his young and casual Lu Yang collection. Not only were the clothes cut in simple, sharp silhouettes, but they were also embellished with graphic details. A frock with cutouts at the bodice was worked in a pattern of hexagons, for example, while a narrow sheath dress was decorated with triangle appliqués in primary colors.

Elsewhere, he showed a flared, high-waisted skirt worn with a coordinating cropped top, each crafted by stitching together strips of matte and glossy leather. While some pieces seemed a tad too stiff, others looked more comfortable, such as nice jacquard overalls with the straps in thin multicolor stripes.

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By  on September 12, 2016

Chinese designer Yang Lu played with geometric shapes for his young and casual Lu Yang collection. Not only were the clothes cut in simple, sharp silhouettes, but they were also embellished with graphic details. A frock with cutouts at the bodice was worked in a pattern of hexagons, for example, while a narrow sheath dress was decorated with triangle appliqués in primary colors.

Elsewhere, he showed a flared, high-waisted skirt worn with a coordinating cropped top, each crafted by stitching together strips of matte and glossy leather. While some pieces seemed a tad too stiff, others looked more comfortable, such as nice jacquard overalls with the straps in thin multicolor stripes.

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