Summary: For her Fall/Winter 2012 collection, Son Jung Wan decided to take more of a light-hearted approach. Though one would think that the collection would have a variety of basic darker colors, Wan brought in a spectrum of vibrant colors.
For her collection, the inspiration came from a gorgeous flower that never dies. The bright colors carried over into the fur blends. This collection played heavily on the mixed textured trends in outwear. Fur or hand crocheted knit sleeves were combined with wool jackets. The trend was even slightly applied to lighter dresses with a one fur shoulder sleeve.
Added detailing like small flower applique and sequins brought enough to the collection to add interest but not overpower the collection as a whole.
Color Palette: gray, cream, beige, white, brown, gold, silver, orange, red, green, blue, olive, plum, black, navy, teal, metal
Fabric & Textures: wool, chiffon, rabbit fur, crocheted, leather, fox fur, wool blend, raccoon fur, faux leather, mink fur, alpaca fur, jacquard silk, satin, velvet, silk jacquard, silk chiffon, cotton, shearling, spangles, hand-knit
Key Looks: Brown fox fur shrug, black and blue dress with flower detail; Striped fox fur with wool alpaca blend dress; Teal silk gown with flower detail
– Taneisha Jordan
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