Feng Chen Wang's SS18 Collection Embodies "Made In China" Stereotypes

See the lookbook here.

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London-based designer Feng Chen Wang has launched the lookbook of her latest collection. The SS18 collection, called “Made In China,” is a satire of the “Made in China” motif and features the country’s signature color of red as well as hues from its rural landscapes. It features pieces such as large overalls and oversized windbreakers with a hip-hop undertone. Check out the collection above and head over to the brand’s site for more information.

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