Flapping in the winds of change are the draping silhouettes of Ziggy Chen‘s Fall/Winter 2013 collection. Chen’s work is the result of various inspirations, leaning toward a particular affinity for Shanghai–the Eastern apex of all things new, old, eastern and western. For this particular collection, there is a concentration on form-adapting silhouettes–those which re-create shadows with their cuts and design. Chen’s work is heavily inspired by the garb of early 20th century Shanghai workmanship, which shines through this upcoming avant-garde offering.
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