Sean Suen presented its Fall/Winter 2018 collection in Paris, and what made its way down the runway was an assemblage of pieces that played with abstract layering, distinct silhouette manipulations and eccentric accessory use. Sticking primarily to a fall-friendly palette of black, brown, red and grey, staple outerwear pieces took on contemporary twists — adding the kind of flair the house has become increasingly known for.
For instance, traditional Mac coats had paneled knit overlays draped over one side, modified trench styles received structured shoulder covers and helmet-style headwear helped accentuate several key ensembles. The luxury label also embraced a variety of shapes, with some fits hugging close to the body, while others adhered to oversized, boxy lines. Scroll through the images above and let us know what you think in the comments below.
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- Image Credit
- Guillaume Roujas