There is something fresh and cleansing about the Min Wu collection… like the sartorial equivalent of herbal tea. Perhaps it’s the off-white colour base gently infused with ombre turquoise, blue and orange.
The cuts are androgynous and Japanese in reference; wide-legged cropped trousers straight knee-length skirts, mini kimono shaped sleeves. The fabrics are wool, spacer and mesh. It’s a small collection; uncomplicated and un-elaborate. It reminds us that beauty doesn’t have to be loud or extravagant to catch our attention. It can be simple, understated and modest.
It’s an incredibly promising MA collection from Chinese, emerging womenswear designer and London College of Fashion graduate, Min Wu. We look forward to seeing more.
Written by Francesca Bassenger. Images © Dyelog.