Yuna Yang FW16: No Borders

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The final countdown has completed its sequence and here we are. Finally. OK, for those still living under a rock, New York Fashion Week is seven whole days of awesome insanity – all in the name of Fashion.

If that doesn’t make sense then – please accept my apologies, however if it does, then let’s move on. Since this is a bi-annual production, it’s fair to say it’s exciting upon arrival and the same feeling is experienced when everything is all said and done.

On February 11, 3 West Oak Club automatically become the venue to welcome and usher in a very eclectic group of fans to view the 2016 Yuna Yang Fall Winter Collection titled “No Borders.”

A South Korean native (the only country that still remains divided from the Cold War between South and North Korea), highlighted her collection that aims to break free from the chaotic minutiae between races and religion differences.

Yuna took us on a journey with a playful take on deconstructing uniforms by using a mixture of masculine feminine and softer lines and fabrics that ease the collection to equal a very unique and pleasing androgynous Fall Collection.

Tons of great color combinations including royal blue, grays, black, soft maroons, reds and whites – perfect for the next Fall Season.

All in total, there were 24 looks – including some fur, a little bling here and there, remixing old school fashion with high-tops than fast forward to modern times with high heels.

It’s hard to pick a favorite look – because they were all perfectly created and executed very well. Oh yes, and the swag bags were amazing.

Personally, this is a great first start to the next few days and definitely looking forward to more from Yuna Yang. For more deets on the collection, click here.

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