Won Hundred Autumn/Winter 2010 Lookbook

May 14, 2010 |

The Won Hundred Autumn/Winter collection is inspired by the straight lines and hard shapes from cubist art, combined with the soft and natural influences from collage art of the same era. Materials like wood, paper and all sorts of found objects are glued and taped together. While black, grey and white are key, this seasons colours range from spice brown to a dark duffel bag green accented by a washed out aubergine and muted jade green.

Using qualities such as coated cotton gives a draped dress a paper-like finish. Small amounts of metal spun in cotton yarn makes a bomber jacket look worn and creased.
Washed and soft qualities transforms oversized squared shapes into feminine dresses. Double layered shirts tucked into corduroy trousers lend a little heritage style with a modern twist.

The tailored suit is back with minimalistic lines both for men and women. Calf length classic overcoats make a statement this season alongside oversized cardigans in wool, worn together
with deconstructed shirts. Besides the main collection Won hundred also goes back to its denim roots this season, with some new perfectly tailored models and washes. The shoe collection has also been expanded with a broader range of shoes in leather, nubuck and suede.


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