Known for her exploration of an inner persona, Jamie Wei Huang's SS15 collection explores the individual as a concept, allowing it to flow seamlessly into her pieces each season. Focusing on human existence for her SS15 collection, models walked dewy skinned with deep set eyes fixated on the beat of a heavy bass.
This season's collection caters for a variation of fundamentals within sporting uniforms. Leather buckles were equipped at various angles as other garments juxtaposed contrasting fabrics such as beaten leather and a delicate Toscana sheep skin.
Huang was careful in contouring detail in the most subtle areas using stitch detailing and traditional pinstripe patterns. Textured two pieces were paired with platformed sandals, flourishing in the inspiration of a modern day "London banker".
Shy blues and vibrant pinks set the tone for a palette in which garments were frontally pleated whilst sporting cut out panels on the backs. The use of refined silk jacquard and delicate leather posed casual silhouettes as cuts stayed classic and hemlines were trimmed in gathered leather.
Huang has continued to develop from her years at Fashion Scout, reaching out and expanding her loyal following each season.
By Joanna McCutcheon, (@joannamcc_).
Photos by Celine Castillon