ENFNTSTERRIBLES

16 Jan
Fashion

An Exclusive Backstage Look at Sean Suen’s Fall/Winter 2020 Runway Show

Chinese designer Sean Suen can be compared with brands like Raf Simons, Dior Homme or even Dries Van Noten, but still has its own strong identity. The designer’s past as a graphic designer really leaves its mark throughout the collection, which is a nice detail. Our photographer Robin Joris Dullers was backstage at the runway show to give you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look.

 

 

 

“It started with a single black dot when I put my pencil on a piece of paper as a fine arts student,” Designer Sean Suen reveals. “Dots became patterns in my graphic design work, before jumping into the third dimension when I designed clothes. They come alive as people step into them, creating their own reality – a dimension that becomes an infinity of potential, possibilities and again, perceptions.”

“In creating this collection, I wanted a material that plays well in all these dimensions and provides multiple sensory experiences: wool. A versatile and hard-wearing choice, it is a breathy cloud of softness or a solid barrier. Through prints and embroideries, new directions can be explored, shaping its very surface.”

 

Photos by Robin Joris Dullers for Enfnts Terribles

Best Street Style Looks From Paris Fashion Week FW20 Part 3 Paris Fashion Week is at its full force and the attendees are serving looks like they’re on the runway themselves.…
Best Street Style Looks From Paris Fashion Week FW20 Part 2 Day two of Paris Fashion Week was filled with stunner shows from brands like Mugler, Maison Margiela, Dries Van Noten…
Street Style Looks From Paris Fashion Week FW20 Part 1 Fashion week is taking over Paris again and street style stars are in town to serve some of the best…
LIVESTREAM: Watch the Dior Fall/Winter 2020 Runway Show On Tuesday, Maria Grazia Chiuri is presenting another Fall/Winter collection for Christian Dior in Paris. Watch the livestream here, at…
X

Subscribe here for free pizza*

(*Pizza might actually be our newsletter)

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.