F/W 2012/2013 // UMA WANG






























































The clothes are beautifully crafted in a combination of avant-garde Gothic and Western grunge. The palette was dark and murky, and many of the dresses were done in amorphous silhouettes shaped by asymmetric cuts. Some of the best looks were long tailored coats, including a nubby herringbone, a black-and-green polkadot trench, and a pintucked, floor-length duster done in what looked like a splatter-paint python motif. The influence of Yohji Yamamoto could be seen in the clothes’ brooding elegance. 8++

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