Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstructed silhouettes Moohong’s collection for SS2020 walked the line between the expected and the non traditional. Often descried as counter-intuitive Moohong’s garments do indeed appear at first glance to be off kilter in a vaguely unsettling way. The lineup of SS2020 reflected this sentiment in multi-structural pieces like the double structured blazers, duo waist trousers and sleeve-tie button down tops. Where one feels a sense of being just a bit out of sorts but also intrigued. Patterns were kept to a minim and only appeared as tone on tone stripes and basic plaids and were used sparingly. Solids dominated while satin like finishes and metallics added interest and variation to the more understated fabrics.
A minimalist palette and lack of traditional detailing were balanced by the less formal lines and out of the box shapes, while loser cuts and impeccably draped asymmetrical dresses lent the collection an air of dare I say—feminine mystic. Two opposing approaches come together in a cohesive yet atypical expression of vitality.
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