Son Jung Wan’s Spring/Summer 2020 Show Served Modern Disco Realness

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The designer debuted her SS20 collection on Saturday, September 7th, 2019 and it was full of color. 

Son Jung Wan’s show was one for the books. The show started off with Beethoven’s 5th Symphony, leaving the crowd in suspense for the collection, before transitioning into disco music that incorporated violins. The music choice reflected the collection perfectly as it was retro yet modern and classic.

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The collection began with visions of bright yellow and white that transitioned into lime green. The models had voluminous curls to match the flowy silhouettes of the collection. Each model had a beautiful makeup look consisting of a coral lip with a sharp neon wing. The looks were paired with silver and gold platform heels with giant glittery bows.

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Gorgeous pops of pinks and purples followed, featuring ruffles galore.

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The pinks were followed by royal golds, sparkling silvers, clean whites, and electric baby blues.

Photo: Rodin Banica

Photo: Rodin Banica

Within the collection, there were stunning pantsuits, rompers, and high neck tops, giving us 70s nostalgia.

Photo: Rodin Banica

Photo: Rodin Banica

Photo: Rodin Banica

Son Jung Wan’s collection not only featured multiple looks on female models but it also featured a few men’s looks, consisting of a different take on men’s suits with choice of satin and brocade fabrics and fun, stand-out prints, each styled with sparkling sandals.

Photo: Rodin Banica

Photo: Rodin Banica

Photo: Rodin Banica

Each of Son Jung Wan’s look was more mesmerizing than the next. It had the audience at the edge of their seats, awaiting the next iridescent masterpiece. The atmosphere of the show, from the music to the lights to the looks, encapsulated the 70s and 80s in a way that felt original and unique. This show has left us excited to see what the designer does next. Check out the complete SS20 collection here.