Yeohlee’s Fall 2013 is a celebration of the freedom of expression that we enjoy today that we cannot take for granted. The collection is full of diversity of cut and color and clothes that enjoy the freedom of movement and ease.
In the new collection, Yeohlee reintroduces the jerkin, a closely fitted man’s jacket without sleeves. A profusion of color is used, including a lilac fold coat worn over a leaf green shibori knit shirt and a black/grey/cream crystal pleated tartan skirt with a grey leather belt. There was also blood orange slip and circle dresses with a zero waste mobius accessories.
Yeohlee’s Fall 2013 collection brings together techy 21st century fabrics and vintage pin dots in wool, pinchbecks in cotton and pinstripes in nylon.
The show also had a live band playing country music, adding more vivid color to the collection.