Ziggy Chen 2013 Spring/Summer Collection

Celebrating new age minimalism in slightly androgynous fashion, Ziggy Chen represents China’s most

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Celebrating new age minimalism in slightly androgynous fashion, Ziggy Chen represents China’s most progressive sartorial vision with his 2013 spring/summer collection. Exhibiting a strong focus on innovative material use, the Shanghai designer also manages to reconcile much duality in his creations. Drawing inspiration from the workmen, monks, herders and soldiers of 1900s Shanghai, Chen marries the old and new, industrial and traditional, Eastern and Western, in this refreshing collection.

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