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Robert Wun FALL 2024 COUTURE


To translate the concept of the passing of time into actual clothing (not an easy feat, really), Wun envisioned the progression of seasons. The opening look was a majestic black gown with a matching veil embroidered in crystals, depicting “the first falling of snow,” he offered.



“It’s winter, a season that makes people more reflective, so I started from there.” A snowy effect was also rendered as a white layer on a slender trailing coat that looked as if it had been shredded apart and then mended back together with a sort of kintsugi technique, replicating a craquelé effect from which butterfly appliqués seemed to be swirling out—an allusion to hope perhaps? Or to beauty blossoming from decay?










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