Bosideng 2014 Fall/Winter Collection

Bosideng presents its Fall/Winter 2014 collection inspired by the life of Chinese contemporary

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Bosideng presents its Fall/Winter 2014 collection inspired by the life of Chinese contemporary artist Liu Bolin. Bolin, also known as “The Invisible Man” is most renowned for his Hiding in the City series where he used his body to paint himself into different urban settings in Beijing. Consisting of a wide range of sleek knitwear, dinner jackets and other seasonal outerwear, the line also takes a few cues from Wong Kar Wai’s In The Mood For Love with its combination of urban sophistication and rich romantic colors. Stay tuned for more from the upstart Chinese line.

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Marko Kalfa

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