On the final day of shows at London Fashion Week Men’s, Korean designer Kang Dong Jun presented a minimalist Fall/Winter collection filled with stark contrasts. As a recurring signature look for the designer, this black-and-white line-up allowed his audience to take in and enjoy more of this season’s evolved range of tailoring. Inspired by a Chinese phrase loosely translated to “a spring dream,” or “an empty dream,” D.GNAK’s latest outing delivers elevated streetwear in a fusion of traditional Korean silhouettes and Western tailoring, with dark velvets, rich wools and jacquards adding texture and luxury to this opposing forces. Jumping from light to dark, he introduced new leather jackets, long coats, high-waist trousers and varsity jackets with embroidered skull motifs. This collection, though it might not have been as bright as other shows this week, was able to showcase Kang Dong Jun’s unique aesthetics and design nature as an undisputed master of monochrome.

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