London-based Womenswear label HEOHWAN SIMULATION presents its Autumn-Winter season collection. South Korean designer Hwan Heo behind the brand showcased sophisticated looks inspired by past and present experimental artwork and fashion history. We see strong tailored outfits with awesome volumes and proportions, including oversize silhouettes, eye-catching details and a slight hint of uniform dressing. My personal favorites from the lookbook are zig-zag printed coats, jackets with exaggerated batwing kimono sleeves, 1990s inspired twisted trousers and neat cropped boy pants. I like that special reference to designer's 1990's minimalism, including touches of urban, grunge and street culture.
A collarless grey silver jacket (looks a bit baggy) is worn with matching color A-line skirt. I like the glossy black combat boots.
Here we see the same color skirt-suit as in the previous image, but this one has a cropped jacket.
Another great looking grey jacket paired with black skirt and combat boots looks grunge inspired.
There is kind of East culture touch in this outfit. I like the black collarless blazer styled with grey button-down and cuffed wide-leg pants.
Here we see a black cocoon inspired coat styled with cuffed wide-leg trousers.
Tailored pinstripe bomber looks fantastic worn with tailored black cuffed trousers.
In love with these black culottes. Everything looks oversized, but still easy to wear and style.
In love with this creative print collarless coat. Looks awesome and modern.
This urban printed long coat is a fantastic update for creative ladies.
One of my favorites. In love with this zig-zag printed coat. It can be worn by business ladies.