Feng Chen Wang Revisits Ancient Chinese Traditions For FW23

Fresh from Paris Fashion Week earlier this year, Feng Chen Wang looks to ancient Chinese traditions across cultural attire with modern touches.

Set in royal halls, the campaign reflects community-focused inspiration, honouring several Chinese practices such as “Hundred Families Robes” and Chinese knots. The designer’s deconstructed motifs run across panelled tweed suiting, hanging by primeval window sills next to leather ensembles.

Quilted blankets are envisioned across bomber jackets, with glossy leather uniforms receiving swollen shoulder pads and enlarged chest knots for secure fastening.

Dim blue hues are injected into checkered wool outerwear and slashed sweater vests, heading outdoors in cropped red costumes and long-haired Phoenix coats.

Drag through the new collection below.

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