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Siki Im might draw inspiration from the similar sources as other designers—the ’70s for F/W 2015; robots and the ocean for S/S 2015—but the results are never the same. Im’s show on Friday evening began with billowing trousers, mismatching shoes (one sandal, one closed-toe simple flat), and a belted tunic, and ended with a side-knotted scarf and long, layering, and long-drop earrings. The palette was muted—blue greys, blacks, army-green, and tans—except for a smattering of red tie-dye (layered under zip-fronted tops, on a sleeveless tee paired with one matching shoe). Not exactly what you’d expect from sea and surf, but exactly what you’d expect from Im.
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