15 November 2015

Jamie Wei Huang SS16

Jamie Wei Huang explores the idea of afterlife in her SS16 collection, aptly titled "Nibbana", which translates as "hereafter" in the traditional Buddhist language. Where light and white fabrics represent the concept of heaven, the vivid reds and blues of the garments represent the notion of hell, reinforced by devil motifs. Away from the metaphorical imagery, the collection remains true to Jamie Wei Huang's contemporary aesthetic, incorporating tassles, metal buckles, and leather details previously seen in her AW15 collection.

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