Continuing to display its design maturity and evocative aesthetic sensibility, South Korean label IISE took to New York Fashion Week for its Fall/Winter 2020 runway presentation. The collection prepared by brothers Terrence and Kevin Kim looked to investigate the core design principles of IISE: symmetry, balance, and proportion.
Drawn from the deep respect of traditional Korean architecture and furniture design, the fundamental elements served as a frame for each piece found in the expansive range. The distinct investigation resulted in a functional purpose for each garment that is expressed intuitively.
The FW20 collection showcases the label’s core design principles through use of paneling and symmetrical lines, accented by a diverse mixture of fabrics and customized hardware. Choice uses of GORE-TEX and padding round out the functionality of the range while showcasing the versatility of the two brothers behind IISE.
Take a full look at IISE’s FW20 collection above and catch scenes from the presentation below.
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