A quick flip through all the looks at Eudon Choi's AW16 Show and you'll instantly be able to identify abstract shapes, graphic lines and lots of colorblocking and contrasts. Unsurprisingly, Choi was inspired by the juxtapositions and strong styles of abstract artists Saloua Raouda Choucair and Helen Frankenthaler, resulting in a conversation between hard and soft fabrics, dark and light pastels, and graceful curves and sharp-cut edges.
With a show entitled Sunwise Turn, which in Celtic tradition is considered a prosperous course, Eudon Choi sends his models parading down a navy and off-purple/white carpet, complete with its own abstract design, as if worshipping the sun. This is to say, Choi's collection was a powerful one, while still filled with big bows, cinched waists, and long extended dresses to resonate with its female audience. Structured suits, tops and jackets in asymmetrical graphic colorblocking patterns paired with oversized turtlenecks and and military-esque stand-up jacket collars. Knitwear was done beautifully in navy, wine and camel with contrasting gauge rib panels, while a satin crepe fabric was translated equally as intricately as a pleated dress and panel skirt.
Click through to see all 26 looks and scroll down to watch BFC's round-up of the Eudon Choi AW16 Show from London Fashion Week.
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