South Korean designer Moohong Kim featured his AW19 collection at Paris fashion week, presenting 18th century-inspired garments with motorcycle and sportswear aesthetics.

The designer, showing in Paris for the second year, presents once again his unconventional tailoring and textiles, transforming fabrics to reflect the passing of time and subtly tinged with ink.

Boiled wool combined with velvet and synthetic fabrics featured in a playfully anachronistic patchwork, while vintage pieces were dissected to reproduce the traditional stitching of 18th century suits with a deliberate contemporary touch.

Dark romanticism is revived through contrasts and oversized silhouettes. Stunning all-black looks appear alongside strong red, blue and neon yellow touches. This season Moohong once again explores a minimalist architectural style with his signature twist featuring structural shapes juxtaposed with theatrical drapes and asymmetric designs.

Moohong<br /> Ready To Wear AW19<br />

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
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Moohong
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Moohong
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Moohong<br /> Ready To Wear AW19<br />

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

Moohong
Ready To Wear AW19

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Ready To Wear AW19