MEI KAWA‘s collection from Fall/Winter 2013 is intent on finding harmony in, interestingly, asymmetry. Emese Kasza’s intricate designs draw influence from Hungarian working class garments, exuding a particular masculinity, yet also flowing with grace. Using a beautiful and unique anthracite-based colorway, Kazsa uses blue-grey diagonal collar panels, sleeves, and pockets to block out sections and create a sense of balance. While a slew of unorthodox garments are found here, so too are staple work shirts, trousers and jackets, making an interesting overall offering. Look for these pieces from MEI KAWA at select retailers soon.