Joe Chia Fall/Winter 2014 #KLFW

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While the Fall/Winter 2014 collection remains Assassin’s Creed-chic as per last work, we saw the introduction of salt-and-paper fabric and the extensive use of rubbery/leather fabric that gives out shimmery shine a la plastic bags on the backpacks and the jackets department:

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Those bags, WE LOVE. Also, the use of pockets on the front of the tops and on the sleeves:

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It’s hard to ignore the complex patterns of the following pants/skirt (not included on the runway though.) We call it “Doing Marilyn Moore’s dress-blowing from the back“:

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Assassin’s Creed-chic or ninja-chic:

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Last but not least, the “hole-in-my-pants” pants. It was our favourite surprise:

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The pants’ legs are basically stitched together, forming a “hole” in between the thigh (and hence the above-mentioned name.) VERY INTERESTING.

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