The Museum Visitor Unveils Interpretive SS19 Collection

Giving utilitarian pieces an artistic twist.

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Korean brand The Museum Visitor has released its Spring/Summer 2019 collection, a gender-neutral drop spanning from artistic and interpretive pieces to deconstructed shirts, blazers and work shirts.

Key pieces include the cream zip-up shirt with Museum Visitor branding, a neutral deconstructed two-piece suit, a cycling print PVC-adorned blazer and the standout deconstructed, natural cotton blazer with spraypainted detailing. The collection manages to mix couture with convenience, offering wearable pieces of art handmade by designer Moonsu Park that takes a traditional Korean aesthetic and elevates it with panelling, distressing and impressionist art.

You can shop the collection at retailers such as H Lorenzo.

In case you missed it, check out our exclusive interview with London designer Priya Ahluwalia.

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