A Look At WAN HUNG FW18

A Look At WAN HUNG FW18

The breakout designer's new collection emulates the film “The perks of being a Wallflower”.

The breakout designer's new collection emulates the film “The perks of being a Wallflower”.

Text: Lilly Pace

Clean-cut tailoring, bold patterns, and performance fabrics embody breakout designer Wan Hung's Fall/Winter 2018 collection. Founded in 2014 by Wan Hung Cheung, a skilled embroiderer who's worked with labels from Tom Ford to Bernhard Willhelm, the brand creates apparel for the "sophisticated modern urban customer". The classic, tailored pieces showcase the juxtaposition of nature and cityscape, inspired by Wan Hung's home of Hainan, China,

When discussing the FW18 collection, Wan Hung references the film "The perks of being a Wallflower”, as the range "captures one’s essential elements of life: friends, freedom, thoughts, food, shelter and clothing". Additionally, Wan Hung uses smart pattern cutting and performance fabrics to introduce "Mister Hung", a playful take on modern day gym culture. From lavender sweatshirts to powder blue suits, Wan Hung meshes fitness with classic silhouettes effortlessly.

Click through below for 11 of Wan Hung's best FW18 runway looks.

Credits: Images Via Wan Hung

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