She presented seven concise looks inspired by the legends of rock and roll mixed with the attitude from the boys of the 90’s ‘Vouging’ balls.
Ji Oh’s collection takes on an androgynous approach to daytime uniform dressing with a groovy look. She desires a more genderless future for the entire world of fashion. Ji Oh produces collections that help drape women who not need to be defined by their clothes.
The pieces that standout the most of her collection were a bold blue and white striped suit, a vivid red suit and a crop top blouse with black skirt. There were also silver metallic pieces for the rock and roll, edgy woman.
Opposites create drama and Ji Oh definitely knows how to bring that to life. To see more of her collection go to Ji Oh.
The Korean born designer, Ji Oh, debuted her spring/summer 2015 collection at Industria Superstudio during New York Fashion Week. Click through to see how she makes opposites attract.