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Munsoo Kwon Spring/Summer 2013

Drawing his inspiration from American architect Robert Stone’s solo-built pavilion, Rosa Muerta,in Joshua Tree, MUNSOO KWON’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection reflects the monochromatic black architecture which is rooted in modernism with details that are both structural and ornamental.

In his second collection, MUNSOO KWON introduces a selection which signifies peaceful rest and privacy away from conventional getaways at crowed beaches and tourist destinations. Dark camel, black, dark gray, old white, and khaki are used heavily in his colonial safari inspired suits, wax coated trench coats, and linen jackets. Casual striped T-shirts, slub yarn sweaters, and gingham shirts are inspired by the window frames and shadows of Rosa Muerta, and pants in different proportions and silhouettes add youthful sportiness while ties and scarves made with silk add a bit of luxury to the entire collection.

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