Eudon Choi catwalk show report A/W 2014 for LFWLondon Fashion Week AW14
One of the most wearable collections yet, Eudon Choi’s autumn/winter 2014 collection is set to be a hit with those fashionistas closer to home next season. Think British heritage crossed with an air of minimalism.
His choice of shapes in the collection create a cool and effortless feel, notably, loose tailoring on myriad checked and pinstriped suits. The wide-legged suit trouser made many an appearance, which Choi also teamed with his simplistic crisp white shirts and feminine yet smart satchel style handbags. And with oversized double-breasted wool trench coats and heeled colour-blocking brogues aplenty, it’s apparent the collection seems to hint at that of contemporary, cool workwear.
When Choi wasn’t recreating the current workwear scene, his collection reflected a casual British heritage look. Featuring neutral beiges, greens and blues, Choi paired a refined selection of loose-fitting checked jackets with plain roll-necks and cigarette trousers. Models also donned oversized sheepskin fur shawls casually draping the body.
With two very different looks, Eudon Choi’s collection has something for everyone.
Photos: Erol Birsen
To see our behind the scenes report for Eudon Choi’s A/W 2014 collection visit here.