Often associated with a dark, goth-influenced aesthetic, designer Siki Im previews his 2017 fall/winter collection. His signature dramatic draping and clever use of black, indigo, maroon and gray hues with unexpected pops of bright pink are balanced in the form of asymmetrical outerwear, blazers, hoodies and more. The overall theme injects various cross-cultural references as a mix between S.E. Hinton’s Ponyboy character from The Outsiders, is fused with looks from urban cowboys and Buddhist monks. The result lends itself to a risky experimentation of eye-catching layers, which are well executed with Im’s impeccable tailoring skills. The androgynous collection not only celebrates genderless styles, but challenges fashion norms as a silk slip is placed over a graphic long-sleeved shirt, accented with a silver bolo tie — a recurring item throughout the lineup. Take a look at the upcoming collection in the gallery above.