Taiwan born designer, Jamie Wei Huang names the latest collection a known mental disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
Jamie Wei Huang’s SS2020 collection isn’t about the final product on the catwalk, but the journey behind each garment.
“The things you’re crazy about exists to no one else. Like me, Like you. They say… it’s alright, it’ fine.”Band << So I understand now>> 2007-2014 Taiwan.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder SS 2020
This season Jamie focuses on the collection. Reimagining the gruelling journey of each piece is made. In the collection rather than having final pieces, he designed far from perfect pieces. The collection is an art piece itself. It explores the idea and mind of the journey of an artist trying to make every single thing perfect.
Jamie focuses on tightening up the silhouettes especially on the waistline in this collection. It is more sporty and feminine. Adding sunburst orange and deep ocean blues. The bralettes are to die for! A lot of sheer tops and skirts. Including furry cross body bags, cute crystal waist bags and glittery graphic tees. Featuring the latest trend trousers with a belt wrapped around the ankle. He also reimagines knit tops into out of the silhouette. The overall collection is sporty, artistic, feminine and strong.
Perfection Doesn’t Exist
One of my favourite pieces were the trousers with ankle belt and white stripes on the sides. There were also some superb sport slip dresses scream playful, sexy and bright. These are great for holidays especially if you’re going to Ibiza in the Spring. I would love to get my hands on those trousers and dresses. Additionally, if you’re adding sheer to your wardrobe well Jamie’s got a few astonishing sheer button-downs. They are to die for.
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