Korean designer, Bumsuk Choi, presented the latest menswear collection of his General Idea line during NY Fashion Week this past Monday. Rarely does Choi veer way off of the dark neutral color palette, and the featured items of his show remained consistent to this color story. The layering in the looks was comprised of simple, solid colored knits (especially turtlenecks) and a variety of outerwear including toggled overcoats, leather jackets, and blazers. Some particular looks reoccurred on the runway at times. There were the wool trouser shorts over what appeared to be leggings. There was the use of metallic colors in the outerwear which really popped on the catwalk. There was also a “bandana” print on some of the overcoats that added interest to the often solid-colored pieces layered underneath them.
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