The first looks were the strongest — geometric patterns with a winter sports-kick on sweaters and jackets, and hazy gentle prints of snowy trees.
She lost her way a little as the collection progressed into varied styles, including some Japanese-themed looks.
But one ensemble that looked like a karate jacket and black belt and which kept its femininity with a deep V-neck and mini — was a great look.
FLY ME TO THE MOON YOUNG HEE
In one of the strongest shows of the day, South Korean designer Moon Young Hee played on texture, oversized proportion and contrasting fabrics with panache.
Lapels on black jackets unfurled like opening flowers.
While sheer gazar undergarments gave varied opacity, underneath velvet appearing like the contrasting textures in flora.
Elsewhere there was Great Gatsby-style glamour in sparkling embroidered beads and ruffled silks mixed with menswear jackets.
Such is the designer's mastery that one fashion faux-pas: mixing brown, gray and beige in the same look, she even managed to pull off.
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