Won Hundred Spring/Summer 2011 Lookbook
Won Hundred’s ss11 collection is inspired by a study of long black silhouettes created by different objects that cast a deformed shadow. Like walking in the sun, when your silhouette looks two meter long in the shadow that falls on the pavement. These elongated lines are a red thread throughout the collection.
Another important inspiration is the Danish artist Thorvald Bindesbøll, known for his minimalistic translation from oriental art. His ceramics make a bold and colorful statement, but also a refined almost flowery impression. Danish art and design is known for integrating oriental influences in their work, exactly as how Won hundred has been inspired for this Spring/Summer.
The men’s collection is a clean cut, simple but elegant wardrobe. Key items are the traditional t-shirt and jeans. This in combination with longer Mac-like coats and bomber jackets. Sharp tailored suits with a slight cropped leg, make a statement this spring. Traditional Japanese inspired indigo checks and stripes make the shirt collection come alive in super soft washed out cottons. Also washed down sweat and pilled jersey make the minimalistic look softer and more subtle. Some bold front prints, with a slight ethnic feel make the look complete.
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