Pushbutton FW19

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15 Sep
Fashion

Fall Favorite: pushBUTTON

Former pop star turns into a successful fashion designer, it almost sounds like the storyline of a K-drama. For Park Seung Gun it became a reality with pushBUTTON, the label he launched way back in 2003. The past 16 years he kept on surprising us with collections we entirely want to hang in our wardrobes.

pushBUTTON FW19

The label’s FW19 collection is all about clean silhouettes in which playing with layers and volumes is essential. A recurring detail are the oversized shoulders that are also featured in the balloon version this season. Classics such as the trench coat are a fixed value, but always return in different shapes. Neutral tones are combined with eye-catching colors. It’s basically everything we need to survive this fall and winter.

Shop the collection via Net-a-porter

Pushbutton FW19
Pushbutton FW19
Pushbutton FW19
Pushbutton FW19

pushBUTTON Glottex faux leather jacket via Net-a-porter

Pushbutton FW19
Pushbutton FW19
Pushbutton FW19

pushBUTTON snake-effect faux leather shirt via Net-a-porter

Pushbutton FW19
Pushbutton FW19
Pushbutton FW19

Photo credits: pushBUTTON

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