Leaves Fell From the Feng Chen Wang Tree for SS24

The designer indicated a fresh start with the use of natural elements.

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London-based designer Feng Chen Wang continues expanding her design language one word at a time. The designer constantly injects something new into the Paris Fashion Week schedule, reflecting her culture at every opportunity. Last season, Feng Chen Wang looked to ancient Chinese traditions, while Spring/Summer 2024 is reminiscent of imprinted memories and starting fresh.

Feng Chen Wang’s latest runway was hosted in Paris’ Lycée Collège Montaigne public school courtyard, blessing attendees with personalized fans to battle the heat. A live band began the show with slow melodies, quickly transiting into upbeat tunes to accompany the collection. Wang’s SS24 showcase was dominated by natural references — such as falling leaves — faintly printed on oversized tees, denim vests, linen trench coats, and more. Models’ serious demeanor peeked through holes in woven hats, framing their faces with rainbow-colored beads.

Schoolboy uniforms comprised asymmetrical paneled shirting, ultra-slouchy jeans, and thin ornamented neckties. Wang’s trademark dragon illustration is tonally printed on denim co-ords, representing the beauty of nature through translucent leaves that cover models’ eyes. Finally, the designer presented a complete collection with Nike, consisting of ruffled dresses made from married outerwear, others put together with upcycled fabrics, and collarless suiting with neon green underpinnings. As for footwear, Wang drapped Air Force 1s in discarded leaves, sprouting flowers, and tulle decor.

Take a look at Feng Chen Wang SS24 in the gallery above, and find more Paris Fashion Week SS24 content on Hypebeast.

Elsewhere, Kiko Kostadinov SS24 envisions the daily student routine at Lycée Henri-IV.

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